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polling booth

a semienclosed space in which a voter stands to mark a ballot paper during an election
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Last summer, the state of Indiana passed similar legislation that could subject those taking selfies in a voting booth to a "level six" felony penalty.
Way before the voting booths closed yesterday, Millennials across America were engaged in their local communities, and finding innovative ways to solve problems in their communities.
Once you enter the voting booth, a typical ballot greets you.
Our power in the voting booths is the single most significant individual power we wield as citizens and it's a right that many around the world don't possess.
Election officials have also provided facilities for people with special needs by placing disabled-friendly voting booths in all polling centres, which also have ramps for wheelchairs.
we are pleased to host the Bu Tinah voting booth at Terminal One in Abu Dhabi International Airport, and we hope that with our collective efforts, we will succeed in promoting our cultural and natural treasures to the rest of the world.
I have expressed my opposition to these wars at the voting booth by voting Libertarian in the last two presidential elections.
At the convention, an accounting firm is chosen to staff the voting booth.
And for those Americans, who just can't fathom voting for an African American," King writes, "when you go into the voting booth, ask God to help you to pretend that Barack Obama is white
ANA's Election 2008 Action Center will be home to the "virtual voting booth," an online poll that will give voice to the presidential candidate most preferred by nurses.
The theory is that five to 10 per cent of people didn't want to tell pollsters they were voting against a black man - but in the privacy of the voting booth did just that.