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card vote

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit a vote by delegates, esp at a trade-union conference, in which each delegate's vote counts as a vote by all his or her constituents
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card vote

n (Brit) → voto (palese) per delega
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Of course, the truth is that - barring the Lib-Dems, where policy is still made on the annual conference floor - this annual ritual has gradually been changing over the years, each of the UK events evolving ever closer to week-long rallies with set-piece speeches instead of crunch card votes.
There were more than 55,000 card votes in favour of the move and none against.
Where once hacks could watch the party faithful making policy in conference card votes, now even that is being taken away from them as Labour changes the way it decides its policies.