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Synonyms for vote

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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Synonyms for vote

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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Constitutional Affairs Secretary Stephen Lam warned at the beginning of the marathon council session that voting down the proposal to double the size of the 800-member Election Committee responsible for choosing the chief executive ''will bring negative effects on the promotion of constitutional development in the future and on implementing universal suffrage.
EDS: UPDATING WITH RULING BLOC VOTING DOWN NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION IN LEAD, 2ND GRAF)
Why doesn't this concern carry over into the voting booth where the reality is we're electing more and more anti-education legislators and voting down most help for school systems?
Today, May 2002, you are given a chance to begin the reversal of this disastrous course of action by voting down the use of embryonic stem-cells.
By voting down the IMF funds, Feingold and Wellstone offered a vision of a progressive internationalism.
The workers walked out after voting down a new contract 742 to 245 at their Flushing meeting hall.