Voting

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. Democracies elect holders of high office by voting. == Voting in politics == In a democracy, a government is chosen by voting in an election: a way for an electorate to elect, i.e...
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Voting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Vote • a. & n. from Vote, v.
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voting

(from the article `Australia`) Australia has been a pioneer in election law. The secret ballot, generally called the Australian ballot, was first introduced in Victoria in 1855, ... ...government was the Assembly (Ecclesia), which met almost weekly—40 times a year—on the Pnyx, a hill west of the Acropolis. Decisions were taken...
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Voting

Vot'ing adjective & noun from Vote , v. Voting paper , a form of ballot containing the names of more candidates than there are offices to be filled, the voter making a mark against the preferred names. [ Eng.]
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voting

voting, method of registering collective approval or disapproval of a person or a proposal. The term generally refers to the process by which citizens choose candidates for public office or decide political questions submitted to them. However, it may also describe the formal recording of opinion of...
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