voter


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to voter: voter turnout
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for voter

one who votes

Synonyms for voter

References in periodicals archive ?
The breakdown of the areas affected and the number of registered voters according to the document, showed that:
"In all 90 assembly constituencies of the state, there are 5,910 voters who are of 100 years of age or above.
Mr Makhiya further said supplementary voter registration came against a backdrop of low turnout of voters during the general voter registration.
Among the plebiscite participating provinces of ARMM, Maguindanao had the highest voter turnout at 93.35 percent or 608,846 of its 652,244 voters joining the plebiscite.
Of the total votes cast, EVM saw a voter turnout of 82 percent and PB saw a voter turnout of 18 percent.
However, the tweet did not state when the continuous voter registration would begin.
In the primaries, the average Democratic voter was 54.5 years old.
The ECP has updated its 8300 short message service (SMS) and asked the voters to check the details of their voter registration by sending SMS with CNIC number to 8300.
While 15% of people who voted Conservative in 2015 were unsure who to vote for or if they will make the trip to the polling station, this was true for 9.1% of Labour voters, 17.4% of Lib Dem voters, 13.9% of Plaid voters and 18.2% of Ukip voters.
Now that the voters' registration period is over, the Commission on Elections is urging voters to claim their voters' identification cards from their local election officers.
The BJP claimed to have identified nearly 200 fake voters with identical names and house numbers but bearing different voter ID card numbers.
(Rubin's home state) can't blame Diebold for the debacle during last September's primary when election workers forgot to send "voter access cards" to the polls.
In conventional DREs, the computer tailors the ballot on its screen to each voter according to, say, that person's party affiliation in a primary or to special needs such as a foreign language.
* By tampering with the punch card "book." With most punch card systems, the voter is dependent on a book, under which the punch card is inserted to remove the correct chad.