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Nearly two-thirds of the voters failed to reach even this low standard.

It then is a question as to which side can win the majority of the voters.

Referendum means referring a law passed by the legislature back to the voters for their approval or disapproval.

CitizenshipEmma Guy Cromwell

Nearly 36,000 voters exercised their right of suffrage without any disturbance, although both parties were highly excited.

On the day set for the primary the voters go to the polls and cast their vote as at a general election.

CitizenshipEmma Guy Cromwell

It was the same old lament which is everlastingly on the lips of the voters of America!

The LandloperHolman Day

To make the entire political fabric both enduring and progressive, the units or voters, must be well born and rightly trained.

Solaris FarmMilan C. Edson

The two great national parties were the Democrats and the Whigs, the voters somewhat equally divided between them.

I have gained political power by recognizing that I could only have my own way by making it suit the voters.

Women will shortly be voters, and women, at all events in England, are in a majority.

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