polling booth


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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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In Phulwarisharp constituency in Patna, a woman voter was caught on camera putting down the bundles of grass from her head before heading towards the polling booth.
public are quite capable of going to the polling booths and making two They are particularly critical of a move to allow unlimited spending by public bodies on promoting a Yes vote - including the Government and the European Commission - throughout important decisions rather than just oneDavid Cameron the campaign.
They were driven to the polling booth in a car provided by a Labour agent.
After watching the video footage of Rai at the polling booth in Rohaniya area, special observer Praveen Kumar asked returning officer Pranjal Yadav to file a complaint against Rai for violation of the Model Code of Conduct.
Long queues were found in front of many polling booths in Seemandhra in early morning hours, say media reports.
As part of an HIV-prevalence study conducted in Cotonou in 2008 among men aged 15-64 and women aged 15-49, researchers conducted face-to-face interviews with a random sample of 2,580 respondents and polling booth surveys with an independent random sample of 1,095 individuals from the same population.
SNAPSHOTS: Rhodri with Gordon Brown, with Ryan Jones at the Millennium Stadium, on his balcony in Cardiff Bay, with Ieuan Wyn Jones and below at the polling booth
This has been done by identifying those demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the populations that live in polling booth catchments which might explain geographic variations in the level of voter support for political parties at elections for candidates standing for a seat in the House of Representatives.
As dawn broke in the capital Bissau, men carrying torches and wearing fluorescent jackets with the word "staff" set up a polling booth under an acacia tree on the potholed sidewalk.
A COVENTRY voter has complained that a poster in a polling booth gave misleading advice which caused her to spoil her ballot paper.
When so many people simply can't be bothered getting themselves along to a polling booth, it seems weird that cons are so desperate to have their say.
The DMV and the polling booth would stand together, symbols of our faith and trust in young people to act responsibly.