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Electorate badge, is it working? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Clarify Electorate badge wording On SO I have 855 total votes. Im positive that by atleast my 600 vote mark i was only voting for questions. so a minimum of 255 question ...
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How can we reword the description for the Electorate badge so that it is less confusing? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Clarify Electorate badge wording I found what I originally thought was a typo in the description for the Electorate badge. I had parsed this to mean that the badge was ...
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Wording change on Electorate badge [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Clarify Electorate badge wording It seems like the change to the Electorate badge wording decided in this thread, is inaccurate. Electorate - Voted on 600 questions and 25% ...
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Electorate badge question [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Clarify Electorate badge wording List of all badges with full descriptions I have 697+ ,11- votes. And I am sure more than 25% of them are on questions. Why still I don't ...
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What are the badges I can earn on each site, and what are the exact criteria for earning each badge?

Formerly List of all badges with full descriptions. What are badge name's requirements? Why didn't I get badge name (right now)? Which badges can I earn multiple times? Jump to: Question ...
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The Electorate badge discourages voting on answers

Since the introduction of the Electorate badge, I was thinking about the potential side effects of the badge. While it certainly encourages voting on questions, I think the way it works, by tying the ...
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Electorate badge rules?

I just got the Electorate badge on StackOverflow, which is nice, but I noticed a number of top users aren't yet listed (inluding Jon Skeet and Marc Gravell, who would certainly qualify). This made me ...
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Electorate badge and the benefit of voting on questions

For me voting on questions is much less important than voting on answers. If you have a question, you have it, period! It doesn't matter if it was upvoted by others or not. The reason you ask the ...
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Electorate legend

The current text is: "Voted on 600 questions and 25% or more of total votes are on questions" I think it should read "Voted on 600 posts and 25% or more of total votes are on questions", which is ...
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Does the new Electorate badge include downvotes and votes on CW questions?

The title kinda says it all. With reference to the new Electorate badge: Do the votes counted for questions include both upvotes and downvotes? Do votes on Community Wiki questions count in the vote ...
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I'm getting “Your vote is too old to be changed…” for a vote I made less than 5 minutes ago

I'm trying to remove one of my upvotes for this question, but I'm getting the "Your vote is too old to be changed..." message. I made the vote less than 5 minutes ago. Edit: It seems that this is ...
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Suggested minor modification to the Electorate Badge description

I admit that I was one of the bunch that didn't understand the infamous Electorate Badge at first; at some point I did some research on Meta, and found its meaning. I've been thinking about it for a ...
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The Electorate badge's description is unclear

I was recently awarded the Electorate badge, so I took a look at its description: Electorate: Voted on 600 questions and 25% or more of total votes are on questions. It sounds, at first glance, ...
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Electorate badge is not awarded [duplicate]

Regarding the Electorate badge. I noticed that I have voted above 600 and 50% of which are on questions. But no such badge is awarded in Stack Overflow.
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Confused about Electorate badge criteria [duplicate]

How can I vote on 600 questions but only 25% of them are on questions? Did it originally mean "600 posts"?