Electorial


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E`lec`to´ri`al


a.1.Electoral.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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According to Comelec director for Office for Overseas Voting Elaiza Sabile-David, overseas voters could provide the swing votes that make candidates win or lose their electorial bids.
In his 15-minute address to the thousands of party members at the launch of an operation centre for the constituency, he said that they should instead work together to ensure electorial victory.
Trump received 290 votes under the Electorial College system, while Clinton won 228 votes. 
The American National Election Studies, the ANES Guide to Public Opinion and Electorial Behavior, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, Center for Political Studies, www.electionstudies.org.
TOP Tory Owen Paterson was last night reported to police after allegedly breaching electorial rules.
"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 successive electorial victories of the the Justice and Development Party (AKP) has enabled the party to limit the military apparatus' (Turkish Armed Forces) mission as the defense of the State, rather than the control of society.