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off-year election

noun

  1. (in the US) an election held in a year when a presidential election does not take place


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Canter acknowledges that the Democrats talk about “field” in every off-year election.

Turnout will be far more similar to that of a presidential election than a normal off-year election (let alone a June recall).

Every President in the off-year election urges the election of a Congress of his own party.

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