It's sheer spite, because he wouldn't vote for their man last 'lection.'
We set there as solemn as if parson was preachin' to us on 'lection and predestination.
There is bad folks in Jonesville 'lection day,—bad men, and bad women.
But we got to be up and doin', as they say about 'lection times.
They 'vised them to have nothin' to do wid deir husbands if they didn't go to de 'lection box and vote for Moses.
Who'd take care of the young ones while they trapsed about 'lection days?
He and father got into a talk over the 'lection, and they had words about it.
"I expect they've all gone to Sir Harry's 'lection tea," said Mrs. Nicholls.
I'd like to know what difference it makes about the 'lection anyway?
When they got to having words about the 'lection, father begun it.