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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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Bongbong Marcos in the tight vice presidential race, as shown in the latest partial and unofficial tally of votes.
To vote call 0901 229 2268 and leave the 4-digit number printed underneath the face of your choice - or text DPFACE followed by a space and then the 4-digit number to 84080
Sometimes, callers are unable to get through to vote.
More than half of the votes cast for the city elections in April were done through absentee voting, City Clerk Sharon Dawson said.
Several analyses dating back to 2003 have identified security vulnerabilities in DREs that could allow an attacker to secretly alter vote tallies or disrupt polling.
Early voting, supposedly an answer to the problems of long lines on election day, is now helping repeaters to vote early and vote often.
Further confounding advocates for shareholder rights is the fact that brokers, such as the mutual funds that currently dominate the personal investing scene, usually vote in large blocks on behalf of shareholders they represent.
There are negative campaign tactics geared toward changing voters' minds about a candidate, underhanded efforts to prevent voting by leafleting poor neighborhoods with "informational fliers" that tell residents where to go to vote .
Of course, black people--or at least black men--had theoretically had the right to vote since shortly after the Civil War.
2004 vote: If it looks like my home state could go either way by Election Day, I'll vote for John Kerry.
Unless they publicly and definitely state it, how does one know if management is going to act according to the vote, and how long should one wait to find out?
Zogby was referring to negative ads, but the sanctity of the vote is also taking a pounding.
Critics say that teens lack the maturity and understanding to cast an educated vote.
Since America's two-party system emerged in pretty much its present form in the election of 1828, the Electoral College has elevated the winner of the national popular vote 41 of a possible 43 times.