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  • noun Plural form of balloter.


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  • HOWEVER, MSNBC reports that mail-in balloters care going for Hillary in about a 52-30 margin.

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Camp Hillary: Floridians Will Be Heard!

  • It would be doubtful that these men would flaunt their reverent belief system in order to influence their balloters.

    God, Politics, and the GOP

  • (Soundbite of music from "Babel") TRUDEAU: I don't envy the Oscar balloters because this is a very hard score to get any reference to.

    Oscar-Nominated Scores: 'Babel,' 'The Queen'

  • I did hear on John C. Scott today that the Republicans are calling their outstanding early balloters and telling them that they will pick them up for them at their house.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • We've combined all of our resources, and we've gone to professional pollsters to put together exit poll numbers based on what voters are saying when they emerge from precincts, when they emerge from their balloting as well as in advance, the absentee balloters who went out there, and we've done telephone surveys to get that (AUDIO GAP).

    CNN Transcript Nov 3, 2004

  • "I kept hearing it's a bunch of 40 - to 60-year-old guys," says Iggy of the balloters.

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  • The 1860s also have a particular resonance at election time, as the country splits along political and cultural lines that still separate white Southern voters from balloters in blue Union states.

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  • In such a scenario, we wouldn't even be debating the "obviousness" of Rice and Dawson (who would potentionally have been first-balloters), and may even be in strong support of Mattingly or Murphy.

    Baseball Analysts

  • This makes it likely that there will be nice jumps for those who have been gradually increasing over time, and they need those jumps, because 2004 is a class filled of good hall-of-fame type players, but certainly no first-balloters like

    ArmchairGM Popular Stuff

  • That doesn't mean you can't have a really low overall vote total despite strong first-balloters.

    The Hardball Times


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