Voting Rights: Cumulative Voting

Over the course of several decades, across different states, cumulative voting has been used to remedy Voting Rights violations. It's generally described as an electoral system here; what follows on this page are reports on its its successes, and its limitations, in specific applications. Speaking of "limited," cumulative voting is often paired with another another semi-proportional option, limited voting, which is part of the Alabama story, but not otherwise included in these particular narratives.

Modified at-large remedies to intentional discrimination in Alabama_ Spotlight on Chilton County.pdf
Port Chester_ Voting Rights in a Small New York Suburb.pdf
How cumulative voting came to Texas school boards.pdf
Cumulative Voting remedy and its aftermath in Ferguson, MO.pdf
Cumulative Voting in Peoria.pdf