rising vote
 n.— «It turns out that an election consisting of what’s known as a “rising vote”—in which committee members stand and are counted for the candidate of their choice—is a bit too heavy-handed, even for a party organization where hardball tactics had so long been part of its lore. Tallying votes that way, at least in a contested election like» —“Paging Mr. Chairman” Times Union (Albany, New York) Dec. 27, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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