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I fancy they discharge their duties in voting rather faithfully, though they do not often take part in caucuses or conventions.

Literature and LifeWilliam Dean Howells

He could no longer be relied on to cast even his own vote once, should the occasion for voting arise.

IT and Other StoriesGouverneur Morris

The voting is done by ballot, in the presence of the notary (escribano), and the chief of the province, who presides.

Finally the questioning flickered out, no one withdrew their candidature, and the voting commenced.

This pamphlet will open a general discussion on the Jewish Question, but that does not mean that there will be any voting on it.

The Jewish StateTheodor Herzl

This form of ballot prevented "voting straight" with a single mark.

There was a great deal of opposition in different parts of the State to the voting of women.

They are afraid that some of their usual supporters will abstain from voting.

Lord Lyons: A Record of British DiplomacyThomas Wodehouse Legh Newton

It is by such means that we must alarm the Northern property-holders into peace measures and into voting the anti-war ticket.

Miss Anthony knew that she was a woman, and that the constitution of this State prohibits her from voting.

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