Even after you've hypnotised him you have to drag him to your polling booth in motor cars.
The polling booth was erected in the centre of the marketplace.
The mean range of our chain, the office and the polling booth.
For remember: what our voters are in the pit and gallery they are also in the polling booth.
He went up into Covent Garden, where there was a polling booth.
The red herring of annexation was drawn across the trail, and many a farmer followed it to the polling booth.
There is no charge of bribery (cheers), no charge of corruption, nor of inducing men to come drunken to the polling booth.
But if once the scrutineers get a man well into the polling booth, they push him in behind a little curtain and make him vote.
The theory of democratic government is, I suppose, that the citizen expresses his opinion freely in a polling booth.
Is it necessary to say that I am speaking of general currents of thought and not of the position of a man at the polling booth?