"I don't have any question about whether Republicans and conservatives and Christians are going to go to the polls
," he said in a pre-recorded interview with NBC's Today Show which aired Tuesday.
It is in Ireland, Belgium (where voting is compulsory), Malta and Denmark that voters are more likely to go to the polls
. On the other hand, in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden and the Netherlands, intentions are considerably lower.
Labour aims to retain two of Wales' four seats in Brussels when voters go to the polls
on June 4.
VOTERS go to the polls
tomorrow to elect a councillor for Redcar and Cleveland Council's Guisborough ward.
HILLARY CLINTON is 7-1 with Hills to quit the race for the White House this week as the voters of Ohio and Texas go to the polls
for presidential primaries today.
While about 80 percent of eligible residents are registered to vote, a majority don't make the effort to go to the polls
. A record low 14.87 percent turned out for the September preliminary.
Some aides are urging him to go to the polls
and allies admit he is "sorely tempted".
THERE will be no local elections in Nuneaton and Bedworth this year - voters will go to the polls
in 2008 - but all 35 seats at neighbouring North Warwickshire Borough Council are up for grabs next month.
I encourage you to use the League's positions as your guide when conducting your own annual "democracy exam" this fall--as you inform yourselves in preparation for the elections in your locale, when you go to the polls
, and as you study the post-election results.
Republicans and Democrats go to the polls
in September to choose their gubernatorial, U.S.
As Mexican voters go to the polls
at the close of this edition, it will be their second chance in more than seven decades to truly make a choice, not rubberstamp the candidate of a political machine.
TOMORROW we go to the polls
to elect one-third of our local councils.
Hundreds of residents will go to the polls
and vote for a brighter future in a neighbourhood of change.
Our goal is to utilize the momentum of the sweeping conservative mandate of the November 2, 2004 elections to maintain a faith and values 'revolution' of voters who will continue to go to the polls
to 'vote Christian' and call America back to God.
When voters go to the polls
on Election Day, they do not vote directly for President and Vice President.