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Synonyms for disenfranchise

deprive of voting rights


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Silvestre "Bebot" Bello III, who served as justice secretary during Ramos administration lamented the SC ruling, maintaining that the Comelec policy would disenfranchise a substantial number of voters.
This served to disenfranchise thousands more of urban voters on Election Day," it said.
In just the period between 1874 and 1882, every Southern state but Texas found ways to disenfranchise those convicted of minor crimes like petty theft.
That may increase the enfranchisement of those "winners," but it disenfranchises everyone else, since all federal handouts are paid for by others.
This failure to disenfranchise from a past life manifests itself in numerous ways--from decorating the office with awards earned elsewhere, to refusing to tailor a management style to suit a new job in a new industry--and none of them are positive, Neff and Citrin warned.
This will disenfranchise thousands and thousands of voters," says Gonzalez.
Criticizes Company for Taking Actions to Disenfranchise Shareholders
Gerrymandering is the cause, as the same politicians who supposedly don't want to disenfranchise presidential voters have already disenfranchised voters in House and state elections.
The LWV of Arizona reports that since Arizona became the first state to require proof of citizenship to register to vote after the November 2004 passage of a citizens' initiative vigorously opposed by the League, it has been very active in making sure that the implementation of this requirement does not disenfranchise eligible voters.
At the March 11 meeting of SAG's national board, CEO Robert Pisano predicted that if the revised master Franchise agreement is not approved, one or more of the Big Five agencies would disenfranchise.
All but four states - Maine, Massachusetts, Utah, and Vermont - disenfranchise incarcerated offenders.
The Paul campaign believes that a handful of GOP officials are playing machine politics and breaking their own rules to disenfranchise Paul supporters.
electoral process and the pervasive threats that disenfranchise voters.