verb (used without object), vot·ed, vot·ing.
verb (used with object), vot·ed, vot·ing.
- vostro account,
- vote down,
- vote of no confidence,
- vote of non-confidence,
- vote with one's feet,
Origin of vote
Examples from the Web for voting
As she discussed her understanding of the voting rights campaign and how she planned to recreate it, I grew more relieved.
Her focus would be on the three months, January through March 1965, that gave birth to the Voting Rights Act.
And if he is re-elected, the House advisory rules prohibiting him from voting no longer apply.
“What I think happened is people underestimated the ability of the voting public to put things in context,” he said.Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy to Democrats: Grow a Pair|David Freedlander|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was the first case brought under the Voting Rights Act, so the hearing proved contentious.Honoring The Late John Doar, A Nearly Forgotten Hero Of The Civil Rights Era|Gary May|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I fancy they discharge their duties in voting rather faithfully, though they do not often take part in caucuses or conventions.Literature and Life|William Dean Howells
He could no longer be relied on to cast even his own vote once, should the occasion for voting arise.IT and Other Stories|Gouverneur Morris
The voting is done by ballot, in the presence of the notary (escribano), and the chief of the province, who presides.The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes|Toms de Comyn
Finally the questioning flickered out, no one withdrew their candidature, and the voting commenced.
This pamphlet will open a general discussion on the Jewish Question, but that does not mean that there will be any voting on it.The Jewish State|Theodor Herzl
- the right to vote; franchise; suffrage
- a person regarded as the embodiment of this right