He stated that not only would any deal be put to a popular vote but that Palestinians everywhere would have a say.
Democrats won the popular vote for the House, but Republicans held the majority because of redistricting.
Republicans can console themselves that they came close in the popular vote.
Republicans have, after all, lost the popular vote in five of the last six elections, and the presidency in four of them.
In 2008, Republican candidates for the House of Representatives won a paltry 42.4 percent of the popular vote across the country.
In 1824, he was elected Vice-President,—the only man on the ticket to be chosen by popular vote.
Moreover, there was to be an Advisory Council elected by popular vote.
In 1912 Wilson received forty-two per cent of the popular vote, and eighty-two per cent of the electoral vote.
These treaties, it was said, had already been ratified by a popular vote early in 1870.
Finally, on June 8, when a popular vote was taken, the State was in the military control of the Confederacy.
the process by which qualified voters choose candidates or vote on issues, as opposed to elected representatives or an electoral college