Straight Ticket Voting Law and Legal Definition

Straight ticket voting refers to the method of voting for candidates in the same party for multiple positions. For example, if candidates in the same party are voted for the position of President, Senator, Representative, Governor, state legislators leads to straight ticket voting. Often the voter would favor one party and vote for everyone from that party.

Straight ticket voting has been declined in the U.S.

In the U.S. straight ticket voting has become obsolete.