ballot box


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ballot box

a box into which ballot papers are dropped after voting
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Despite ignoring what appeared to be the most blatant signs of election fraud, the recount still dearly demonstrated ballot problems and evidence of both ballot box stuffing (known as taqueo) and ballot looting (saqueo).
Twenty-eight ballot box monitors are currently on trial in a high criminal court over the election fraud allegedly committed in the 2014 election.
The ballot box will come as a natural result of that.
Most of them arrived on the morning ferry along with the ballot box.
At all other times the ballot box of public opinion is looked on as too dangerous and, like Pandora's Box, it must be kept firmly locked.
Now they realise that sitting on their hands during an election has resulted in fascists being elected into government, they will flock to the ballot box at the next election resulting in an overwhelming victory for Labour.
Gisela Stuart, MP for Birmingham Edgbaston and part of the I Want A Referendum advisory group, and Rod Turner of Whale Tankers Ltd, chairman of West Midlands For A Referendum will inflate the giant ballot box.
If we are thinking about Paul Martin on our way to the ballot box we will vote for Stephen Harper.
Corruption at the ballot box, a horrific yellow fever epidemic, the crime spree of a black outlaw and his Irish priest accessory all make simple survival a difficult prospect at best, in this rugged narrative of kindling fierce spirit and earning a place for oneself
Voters in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, became the first in the nation to show support for same-sex couples at the ballot box when 55% of them approved a domestic-partnership registry November 4.
Republicans sensed they had the most to lose -- at the ballot box if they didn't act aggressively, and at the hands of pro-business constituents if they did.