The act of voting for a candidate because you hate their opponent more. When a voter decides which of the two candidates he hates more and then votes for his opponent. Usually happens in situations where both candidates suck. Often results in feelings of regret, shame, and self-loathing.
I anti-voted when I voted for John Kerry not because I liked him, but because I hated George W. Bush more.
by disillusioned voter November 09, 2007

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