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  • noun Plural form of election.

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Examples

  • Promoted to Headline (H3) on 4/5/09: 5000 troops from NATO for 'Afghan elections' is a signal Obama is on his own yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '5000 troops from NATO for \'Afghan elections\' is a signal Obama is on his own '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: The president will find a great reservoir of goodwill in the international community for his diplomatic initiatives and offers, but I predict declining support for his entire Afghanistan mission - both at home and abroad - if the consequences and effects of the military operations continue to dominate the landscape. '

    5000 troops from NATO for 'Afghan elections' is a signal Obama is on his own

  • The VA system was already a mess, but since Bush/Cheney captured, or stole this nation thru hijacked "elections" (and I use the term elections loosely) what has been happening to the VA in terms of funding has gone past simply being an outrage -- it's criminal!

    The Bush/Cheney and V.A.��s War Against Veterans

  • The glaring problem with Steele's supposed embrace of transparent elections is that just a couple of months ago, people were "bothered by" hidden corporate spending in elections, the majority in Congress did draft a law to make that spending transparent ... but Steele's party united to stop the law in its tracks just before the midterm elections.

    Michael B. Keegan: The Corporate Money Denial Game

  • Since the number of folks who vote in elections is something like 4 in ten, Tea partiers will have a sway in the upcoming elections.

    CNN Poll: 1 in 10 say they're Tea Party activists

  • The glaring problem with Steele's supposed embrace of transparent elections is that just a couple of months ago, people were "bothered by" hidden corporate spending in elections, the majority in Congress did draft a law to make that spending transparent ... but Steele's party united to stop the law in its tracks just before the midterm elections.

    Michael B. Keegan: The Corporate Money Denial Game

  • Santelli says that any money in elections is a bad thing, and I'll happily agree to that.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • What bothers me most about corporate spending in elections is that as an investor in mutual funds, I may be inadvertantly investing my money into corporations that may promote a political agenda that is against my personal beliefs.

    Democrats propose new campaign finance law

  • The mere potential for this sort of corporate interference in elections is the crisis.

    How to Fix ‘Citizens United v. FEC’ « Gerry Canavan

  • The part I cut off accidentally up thread was any a belief in elections is the definition of democracy.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • Popular opinion as expressed in elections is important context and lots of people — maybe harold included? — may not be aware of it.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Real German Resistance to Hitler: The Social Democrats

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