- n. Plural form of turnout.
“Mrs. Grant took me on a loop through the property, pointing out a shallow creek with gray stones, which I could look at without reacting, and the corrals for the horses, which she called turnouts.”
“What I have tried to show from the figures of voting turnouts is evidence that supports my argument that it is wrong to just say well there is no institutional bias and that it is up to women to put themselves forward more for selection.”
“The better Worldcon handles the Artist GoH, the better the turnouts from the artist community.”
“That means black voters could exceed their record midterm turnouts that helped Democrats win the Senate in 1986 and gain House seats in 1998.”
“Apathetic mid-term turnouts at the voting booth may well define our political scene.”
“You see we met few "turnouts" on the road for all were going the same way.”
“Thrice a week on sunshiny afternoons the band played in its kiosk, and the gallants from town or the neighboring ranches drove in with their stylish "turnouts" and called on the ladies at the fort or took them driving over the hard prairie roads, or danced with them on the waxed floor of the airy assembly-room.”
“We got huge turnouts, a thrilling response from the crowds, and enthusiastic press coverage.”
“Advocates of reform claim low turnouts in strike ballots delegitimise strikes and often disguise the fact that the majority of a workforce oppose strikes.”
“In 2008, when Barack Obama was elected president, the United States had one of the highest turnouts ever of black and Latino voters.”
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