Origin of Election Day
Examples from the Web for election day
The country has a long history of election-day violence, and this time around, some sort of disaster seemed almost inevitable.
But election-day violence is just one of the problems threatening the outcome of this election, only the second in Afghan history.
For Democrats, election-day heavy heartedness, the loser's stoicism, had become a way of life.
When an election-day comes round now, it takes me back to the time of 1832.Auld Licht Idylls|J. M. Barrie
Liberty is the steam, responsibility the brakes, and election-day, the safety-valve.
Of the ten houses in that town at the time, three were saloons, and the material for an election-day row was at hand.The Story of the Mormons|William Alexander Linn
There were sounds of stirring, but no one was trusting that the election-day brawls were completely ended yet.Police Your Planet|Lester del Rey
He was not a little frightened by the report of Mr. Gorse's wrath, for election-day was approaching.A Far Country, Complete|Winston Churchill