vote counter

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Synonyms for vote counter

an official appointed to count the votes (especially in legislative assembly)

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The organization and execution of one or more tests to determine the feasibility of using the ballot printers and vote counters simulations for electronic voting and counting at polling stations using subjects.
I was watching television coverage at the moment the Court stayed the Florida recount and witnessed a vote counter lift her hand to examine a ballot and then, when the news of the decision came, drop it, with evident sadness, back onto the uncounted pile.
His first invention was an electrical vote counter which he tried to sell to Congress.
In looking for the perfect combination of legislator, philosopher, strategist, vote counter, TV talking head, best-selling author, and movie personality, we're overstating the job description.
Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn is not listed in these categories because, as the top Republican vote counter in the Senate, he will probably be involved in nearly every piece of legislation.
Tenders are invited for Organization and performance testing of ballot printer and vote counter simulations
He introduced Sayeed Mohiuddin as AH Counter, Mohd Azeemuddin Zubair as Vote Counter, T.
Your readers can also get the booklet and more information, including an animated video where Victor the Vote Counter demonstrates both voting systems, on our website: www.
He may be able to hold forth for hours on the poisoning of the environment, but he is a clear-eyed vote counter, too.
Working at the polls for more than 35 years and moving up the ranks from vote counter to chief clerk, Joan B.
An insider chat with the magazine's vote counter revealed ``This one was something of a one horse race because Jodi got 38% of the votes, way head of Madeline West in second who got 26%.
Noel's girlfriend Meg Matthews voted earlier in the morning with a friend and gave her polling card to a vote counter wearing a Labour rosette.
Candidates with the most votes above the winning proportionate number within each priority win contested positions until all positions are filled, or until vote counters move on to the next priority.