Change to the Electoral Procedure
For those magisterial elections where multiple candidates are elected simultaneously to serve as colleagues in the same office, such as Consul, Praetor Urbanis, Tribunis Plebis, etc., the Constitution does not specify whether citizens should vote for one candidate or vote for multiple candidates.
Two mutually exclusive proposals are now placed before the senate:
Part A: That the ballot and all instructions given to the citizens indicate that a citizen should vote for no more than one candidate for each office.
Part B. "Multiple Votes, Ties Awarded to All"
To ensure that no vote is neutralized as a result of there
being a tie within a tribe or century, to facilitate the
voting for a team of candidates, and to ensure that the
will of the people is accurately reflected in the vote results,
we do enact the following policies for election procedures:
To ensure a consistent standard for future elections, these two mutually exclusive proposals (this is Part "A") are now be placed before the Senate. Vote for BOTH or ABSTAIN.ITEM B Fails.
Item A Passed, Yes-13; No-5; Abstain-0
5 December 2753