This excerpt taken from the AN DEF 14A filed Apr 28, 2006.
RESOLVED: Cumulative Voting. Shareholders recommend that our Board adopt cumulative voting (in our charter or bylaws if practicable). Cumulative voting means that each shareholder may cast as many votes as equal to number of shares held, multiplied by the number of directors to be elected. A shareholder may cast all such cumulated votes for a single candidate or split votes between multiple candidates, as that shareholder sees fit. Under cumulative voting shareholders can withhold votes from certain nominees in order to cast multiple votes for others.
Cumulative voting won impressive yes-votes of 54% at Aetna (AET) and 56% at Alaska Air (ALK) in 2005.