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Should the number of votes that a user is eligible to cast be listed somewhere on the primary voting page? I found that I could cast one up or down per candidate.. but I had to look around for the answer.

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To further elaborate before I looked it up I was under the false assumption that I had 3 votes. – Jake1164 Jun 13 '12 at 0:30
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Check out the right sidebar of the primary page:

There is no commenting in this phase, only one up or down vote per candidate. The candidate vote scores are all public. Initial voting should provide a rough sense of which candidates are most electable.

Maybe it's not the most obvious thing in the world, but I think the "one up or down vote per candidate" gets the point across.

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Personally I think it would be more noticable in (under) the "Voting Closes In n Days" banner above the voting section. – Jake1164 Jun 13 '12 at 0:44

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