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- v. Present participle of vote.
- adj. Having an associated right for the holder to vote as an owner of business.
- n. action of the verb to vote
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- a. & n. from vote, v.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative
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Not because of a vast left-wing conspiracy, but because mail-in voting is just too damn convenient.
So he's got this charisma and this, you know, this beautiful belief, like, he believes in voting, which is unfortunately not something that, you know, we found a lot of people who don't believe in voting - not because they don't believe in a better America, but just because they believe that voting won't accomplish that.
July 23rd, 2009 12: 47 am ET our voting is a joke dan
Since people think the voting is all about race, I thought I'd let you know that this white woman from NC voted for Obama.
One of the more important problems I see with Louisiana voting is the absence of any paper ballot.
In that 1962 example, even more disturbing than Maris's omission from the voting is the fact that six writers cast their vote for a Yankee other than Mantle (or Maris, for that matter): Bobby Richardson (102 OPS+) and Tom Tresh (117 OPS+).
Now, there are some groups out there that are pushing for what they call voting rights in the territories.
And they're concerned about what they characterize as voting rights act violations, and they clearly -- I think it was Corinne Brown (ph) from Florida as well who said literally that she was going to bring this election to her grave, that she -- that this will never be over.
It's becoming what I call a voting issue, because that's the thing that very often motivates congressman who feel torn, want to do something, but are afraid to do it because of the political implications.
I’m not sure I think all mail-in voting is an advantage.