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An anti-incumbent vote is one exercised against elected officials currently in power. It allows the voters to register their discontent with sitting government officials, particularly when protesting against certain actions taken by the government or the elected officials in question.
See also 
- Finnish parliamentary election, 2011
- West Bengal state assembly election, 2011
- Portuguese legislative election, 2011
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