Electorial


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E`lec`to´ri`al


a.1.Electoral.
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Nationally, the Electorial Reform Society that, under STV, the Tories would have gained 246 seats, with Labour on 207 and the Liberal Democrats 162.
His entries in the party's electorial expense submissions included three modest hotel bar bills totalling pounds 64.
None that he can touch anyway or bring into the fold, like he tried to do as the liberal senator from South Dakota in 1972 before getting buried in a record-setting electorial blizzard for Richard Nixon.
STEVE Hall's analysis of the current electorial position (Letters, November 10) is incorrect on both counts.
They are not cynical about the electorial process, but they have some healthy skepticism that if they don't get involved, then our communities are in danger of being neglected.
Anyone, provided they are on the electorial register, can become a registered supporter, pay PS3 to have a vote to decide our next leader.
Ann Marie Crozier, Deputy Principal of the college, said it was TUSC's prerogative to take the matter up with the Electorial Commission it they wanted to.
Critique: The collaborative editorial work of Gabriel Goodliffe (International Relations and Political Economy, Institute Technologico Autonomo de Mexico) and Riccardo Brizzi (Contemporary History, Department of Political and Social Science, University of Bologna), "France After 2012" is a compilation of twelve seminal articles deftly organized into three major sections: The Presidency; The Political Parties; The Electorial Campaign and Hollande's Challenges.
The huge social, economic, health and well-being benefits of the pass are at risk, politicians of all parties need to understand that they attack the bus pass at their electorial peril
Also a strike is doomed to failure - it is evident that the Government is ready to put its head on the block to preserve at least the appearance of adhering to its policy, particularly as there would appear to be electorial advantage in it.
A list of presidential candidates published by the Special Electorial Court showed Rajoelina, who came to power in a 2009 coup, among the 41 approved candidates for the July 24 vote.
Mr Xenophon led a group of Australians MPs for a series of meetings with Malaysian Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim over the country's electorial system.