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I received 2 of each of the voting badges constituent and caucus.

Not bad considering I haven't voted yet or visited the voting site.

Is this right?

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Also not during the previous elections? – BalusC Jun 10 '12 at 0:13
Ah ok yep I voted in previous elections. Thanks – Russell Jun 10 '12 at 0:30
up vote 16 down vote accepted

Your Constitutent badges page and your Caucus badges page link to election/1 and election/2. You haven't been awarded a badge for the current election/3 yet. You can simply click the "election" link in each badge's description to find out how you earned it.

what the constituent badge description looks like on the badges page

The badges were awarded retroactively when they were added:

Both of these can be earned once for every election. Over the next day we’ll be awarding them retroactively across the network for participation in past elections; participants in current and future elections will see them within minutes of visiting / voting.

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Thanks for the explanation. – Russell Jun 10 '12 at 0:31

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