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Synonyms for vote

the right or chance to express an opinion or participate in a decision

to select by vote for an office

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a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative

the opinion of a group as determined by voting

a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US Constitution

a body of voters who have the same interests

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the total number of voters who participated

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express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution

express one's choice or preference by vote

express a choice or opinion

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bring into existence or make available by vote

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center beseeches members of the UCC Synod to cast a vote against terrorism and for true reconciliation by voting down the Tear Down the Wall Resolution on Tuesday," said Cooper.
But few expect Pisano's survival to result in any kind of unity within the deeply divided union, which has been split on key issues in recent years, including a failed effort to consolidate with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, the defeat of a referendum to raise dues, and the voting down of a proposed franchise agreement between SAG and talent agents.
In order to benefit from Golden Star's superior offer, which is open until July 16, IAMGold's shareholders should reject the proposed combination with Wheaton River by voting down the resolutions necessary to approve that transaction," said Peter Bradford, President and Chief Executive Officer of Golden Star.
Proponents of the proposed three-year ``franchise agreement'' predict chaos if the agents were to become deregulated as a result of SAG voting down the deal while opponents maintain that there are already enough state regulations to keep the agents in check.
More than 22,600 engineers and other technical workers in the Puget Sound region, Wichita, Kansas and in Florida have been working under a temporary contract extension since overwhelmingly voting down Boeing's initial contract offer last month.
The use is not compatible with a residential neighborhood,'' said Councilman Dave Golanski, who joined with Mayor Bob Kramer and Councilman David Laurell in voting down the proposal.