election district

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Noun1.election district - one of several districts into which a city or town is divided for votingelection district - one of several districts into which a city or town is divided for voting; each contains one polling place
precinct - a district of a city or town marked out for administrative purposes
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Each Election District Has A Different Amount Of Books And Each Individual
A resident of Pennsylvania and the election district in which the individual desires to register and vote for at least 30 days before the election.
Macedonian small parties such as DOM and the Democratic Union support the formation of one election district.
5 million Turkish citizens, is the fourth-largest election district after ystanbul, Ankara and yzmir.
Five seats will be up for grabs in the Tokyo election district.
Since the passage of the 1992 constitution, the VNA has more full-time delegates and electoral competition has been widened, so that in 2007 there were at least two more candidates than seats in each election district.
El Nacional denounced the presence of "an armed band that allegedly shot at" voters in line in an election district in the capital.
Commenting on the election law issue, Hashem said that they support the one election district law based on the proportionality system, in order to take Lebanon out of the cycle of sectarian, confessional speech and provide correct representation.
it is appropriate to briefly trace the nature of elections and the evolution of universal adult franchise as they influence the system of apportioning the election district for the national Diet.
Municipalities have until June 15 to submit their redistricting for approval to the state Election District Review Commission.
State and local governments generally rely on data compiled by the Census Bureau when drawing election district lines.
The seven TEPJF judges cited statutes in Mexico's electoral code (Codigo Federal de Instituciones y Procedimientos Electorales, COFIPE), which stipulate that only voting officials at each respective election district are entitled to view the ballots.