(of an organization) Elicit a secret vote from (members) on a particular issue
the union is preparing to ballot its members on the same issue
Cast one's vote on a particular issue
ambulance crews balloted unanimously to reject the deal
Decide the allocation of (something) to applicants by drawing lots
A process of voting, in writing and typically in secret
next year's primary ballot
the commissioners were elected by ballot
The total number of votes cast in such a process
he won 54 percent of the ballot
The piece of paper used to record someone's vote in such a process
A list of candidates or issues to be voted on
he agreed to have his name placed on California's primary ballot
The right to vote
they were a contrivance to deny the ballot to Negro voters
a document listing the alternatives that is used in voting
vote by ballot; "The voters were balloting in this state"
vote: 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"
A ballot is a device (originally a small ball—see blackball) used to record choices made by voters. Each voter uses one ballot, and ballots are not shared. ...
Ballot was a French automobile manufacturer who made cars between 1921 and 1932.
Ballot (1904–1937) was an American two-time Champion Thoroughbred racehorse and damsire of the very important sire, Bull Lea.
a paper or card used to cast a vote; the process of voting, especially in secret; a list of candidates running for office; a ticket; the total of all votes cast in an election; to vote; to draw lots
(BALLOTS) The forms used to collect consents or objections in reorganization proceeding, especially Chapter 11.
(Ballots) Forms used by judges to make comments on a speaker's performance and also to rank and rate the speaker. Ballots go to the tab room where they are recorded and then placed in the school's packet. The packets are available to the schools at the conclusion of the awards ceremony. ...
Formal voting mechanism in Kavi Groups. Ballots can be issued for a single group or for the entire organization. Each ballot's list of eligible voters is generated based on the group's business rules, which may be very open or very restrictive. ...
Another term for vote.
drawn on the second Thursday that the House sits in each session. The 20 successful members put their bills down for discussion on particular days (Fridays).
A vehicle brand of which the 2LS, 2LT, 2LTS, RH, RH2, and RH3 models with required application are classic cars.
If a race is oversubscribed with runners a draw will take place at Weatherbys to reduce the field to its field size limit.
A release form that authorizes a customer's long-distance phone service to be switched to (another) long-distance carrier, or reseller. Also know as a Letter Of Agency or LOA.
means "a small bundle or package" and "a naive or clumsy person" (slang) in French
A piece of paper on which a voter indicates his or her choice (e.g. of a candidate in an election or of an option in a referendum). ...
Roster of officially recognized candidates for office, or of proposed laws or enactments, used to cast a vote in an election.
The draw deciding one’s position within a year group in choosing accommodation for the coming year. The method of selection varies between colleges.
A secret vote by balls and cubes or in writing.
Method of allocating shares in a new issue which is oversubscribed. See Weighted Ballot.
the eircom ESOP Trustee will arrange a ballot of the Participants on the Mobile Transaction. The outcome of the ballot will determine how the eircom ESOP Trustee will cast the ESOP vote at the EGM. Due to its shareholding, the ESOP vote will comprise 14.9% of the total possible votes at the EGM.
the paper you mark (or the machine marks at your bidding) regarding your preferences on candidates and ballot proposals.
A maximum of 500 places for pictures will be allotted. Should total applications exceed this number a ballot will be held.
an official list of candidates on which the voter indicates his or her votes.