- n. Plural form of precinct.
“This is part of what's driving the sense of political urgency this year, especially within precincts of the tea party.”
“Playboy, which has long lived in some of television's seediest precincts, is on a crusade to win over women with more female-friendly shows.”
“Rather, the specter of widespread voter shenanigans in black and Latino precincts is a subterfuge.”
“This courtyard is just outside the main precincts of my college, tucked away behind the old school of divinity and in the midst of a maze of buildings.”
“Tea party supporters became poll watchers in precincts across Houston to guard against voter fraud.”
“Early returns from eastern Ward 1 had the State Board of Education candidate trailing incumbent Dotti Love Wade, but late precincts from the ward's gentrifying south and west reaches pushed him to a hard-won victory.”
“What we need is * paper* ballots, with optical scanners in precincts (so that improperly marked ballots can be rejected and corrected in the precincts), and with hand-count audits done on a random sample of precincts after * every* election.”
“Museums classically sat apart from the lively texture of the city, behind walls and gates, up great stairways, across moats and squares, on hills or in precincts of their own.”
“The claim that IRV is better than plurality is questionable, since it increases the rate of spoiled ballots by a factor of 7, and incentivizes the implementation of fraud-prone (electronic) voting machines, and cannot be counted in precincts (and therefore requires central tabulation that makes counting less transparent and more prone to a central fraud conspiracy).”
“Edward and Obama supporters in precincts where they don't make 15% will not go to Hillary's corner.”
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