Election synonyms

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Plural form of poll
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Something that is or can be chosen; choice
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The act, process, or method of voting, especially in secret.
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The act of choosing by votes
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A paper slip or card indicating that its holder has paid for or is entitled to a specified service, right, or consideration:
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A group of voters alike in some way:
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The casting of ballots to decide an issue; usually used to refer to the casting of votes in order to elect officials or to decide a question on the ballot.
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A vote that is held by members calling out aye or nay, used in cases where result is not contested or at least not close and a count is not needed to determine if the motion passes.
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The act of choosing by votes
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Plural form of primary
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The act of choosing by votes
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Suffrage is the right to vote in an election.
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An expression of the people's will by direct ballot on a political issue, as in choosing between independent nationhood or affiliation with another nation
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A passing of responsibility for a piece of legislation, a constitutional amendment or some other public issue to the public at large to vote upon; the vote in such an issue. See also initiative.
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The right to vote; suffrage
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The act of choosing by votes
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A liberty or right whose protection from governmental interference is guaranteed by a constitution. See also bill of attainder, contracts clause, due process, equal protection, ex post facto law, freedom of contract, overbreadth, search, and self-incrimination (privilege against).
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The act of choosing by votes
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The definition of choice is the act of making a selection or the person or thing which is selected.
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(Law) A priority of payment given to one or more creditors by an insolvent debtor.
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A report or record of the results of this
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A range of things from which one can make a choice:
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Of or pertaining to psephology.
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The remaining option; something available after other possibilities have been exhausted. [from 18th c.]
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(Politics) The practice of redrawing electoral districts to gain an electoral advantage for a political party.
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A court held in various English cities and still occasionally in London
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The definition of a platform is a raised stage, or a forum in which an idea can be shared, or a standard for computer hardware that determines what types of software it can run, or is a series of beliefs of a political group.
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Relating to an organic molecule, such as an alcohol, in which the functional group is attached to a primary carbon. A primary alcohol, for example, has the hydroxyl (OH) group attached to the last carbon in a chain.
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To fix by a decree, order, command, resolve, decision, or mutual agreement; to constitute; to ordain; to prescribe; to fix the time and place of.
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To conduct a survey of (public opinion); poll.
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To add (a person or persons) to a group by vote of those already members
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Find another word for election. In this page you can discover 43 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for election, like: polls, option, ballot, balloting, ticket, vote, voting, voice-vote, vote-casting, primaries and hustings (British).