American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who votes.
- n. One who has the right to vote.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who votes or has a legal right to vote; an elector.
- n. Someone who votes.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who votes; one who has a legal right to vote, or give his suffrage; an elector; a suffragist.
- n. a citizen who has a legal right to vote
- vote + -er (Wiktionary)
“Even more shocking, to me, than these changing party ID weights in the likely voter model is the fact that they changed the weighting even more in the * registered voter* sample.”
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“Unfortunately, the term voter fraud is again being conflated with the larger and real problem of election fraud which includes voter intimidation, misinformation, defective software, and provisional and absentee ballots improperly discarded.”
“The Republican Party is right now engaged in a state-by-state effort to combat what they call 'voter fraud' -- a problem that does not even exist.”
“Still, an enthused voter is a more reliable voter, which is why closing the gap is the name of the game for Democrats in the next month.”
“Margaret Williamson, a tea party activist from Ellijay who voted for Graves, said she was disappointed by what she described as voter apathy.”
“The only thing I care about as a voter is the issues.”
“And to any Brits watching, do you think the average Labour voter is any better informed?”
“Just because a voter is a dem .. doesn't mean they can't think and chose for themselves.”
“There is a qualitative difference between what you call voter "fraud" and outright voter suppression.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘voter’.
Some of the catchwords of several presidential debates (Obama-Romney 2012 Denver debate's transcript fully included)
how election is used,everything
to do with elections,synonyms
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Positive words and vague promises. THE words and expressions to use when you want to win over the masses or just don't know what to say.
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Very basic words for ESL students.
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