Cause (someone) to gain or lose a particular post or honor by means of a vote
incompetent judges are voted out of office
Used to express a wish to follow a particular course of action
I vote we have one more game
(of a legislature) Grant or confer by vote
Reject (something) by means of a vote
A formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands or by voice
An act of expressing such an indication of choice
they are ready to put it to a vote
The choice expressed collectively by a body of electors or by a specified group
the Republican vote in Florida
The right to indicate a choice in an election
a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative; "there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion"; "they allowed just one vote per person"
express one's preference for a candidate or for a measure or resolution; cast a vote; "He voted for the motion"; "None of the Democrats voted last night"
the opinion of a group as determined by voting; "they put the question to a vote"
express a choice or opinion; "I vote that we all go home"; "She voted for going to the Chinese restaurant"
right to vote: a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US Constitution; guaranteed to women by the 19th amendment; "American women got the vote in 1920"
a body of voters who have the same interests; "he failed to get the Black vote"
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Voting is a method for a group such as a meeting or an electorate to make a decision or express an opinion—often following discussions, debates, or election campaigns. It is often found in democracies and republics.
Votes (also called Vod) are a people of Votia in Ingria, part of modern day northwestern Russia with is roughly southwest of Saint Petersburg,and east of the Estonian border-town of Narva. Their own ethnic name is Vadjalain (plural: Vadjalaizõt). ...
A formalized choice on matters of administration or other democratic activities; An act or instance of participating in such a choice, e.g., by submitting a ballot; To cast a vote; to assert a formalised choice in an election
(Voters) 22. You may not vote on this poll
(voters) (n) synonym for electors, those allowed by law to vote. Interest in an election is usually measured by "voter turnout," a percentage of the number of eligible voters who actually took the time to go vote. Voter turnout in the last Canadian election, in Jan. 2006, was 64.7 per cent.
(Votes) The Vote option appears at the bottom of each item. If you are creating a new item, click the Take a Vote checkbox on the last item creation screen.
Any votes taken at a meeting must be posted within 48 hours.
(4.1.4 Voting) Each member is entitled to one vote. A quorum will consist of half the HUB membership plus one. Votes may be taken over the telephone at the time of the meeting/decision action.
(Voting) A member can vote once in any Contests. Organized voting in groups to influence multiple Contests is prohibited.
(Voting) After the second reading, call for a vote. Read all the definitions again, asking after each one if any player wants to vote for that definition as the real one. Players wanting to cast a vote may raise a hand or speak out. Players must vote, but can not vote on their own definitions.
(Voting) Now this is really important tab! Here you get a list of links to sites at which you can vote for Chosen Space game and earn points. Try to check it each day to see if you can vote again. You can get from 100 to 150 daily if you vote regularly. More about points later.
(Voting) Process by which India and her cronies at the ICC kept John Howard at bay. Also method of selecting cricketer of the year. Apparently, this is harder to get right than one might imagine – as proved by Graeme Swann incident.
(Voting) The process by which a player is kicked.
(Voting) When a Voter checks new information entered to the database, they can vote on the correctness of the information.
(Voting) for federal office is restricted to citizens in all fifty states and the District of Columbia. States are not required to extend the franchise to all citizens: for example, several states bar citizen felons from voting, even after they have completed any custodial sentence. ...
(voting) A decision procedure in which group members cast a written or verbal ballot in support of or against a specific proposal; generally, a majority or two-thirds vote is needed to support a proposition.
(voting) The act of choosing something or someone.