revote

revote

(ˌriːˈvəʊt)
vb (tr)
to decide or grant again by a new vote
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With the revote in Istanbul, the full results are now in.
Tollway officials last month said a revote would be held, but board members, after consulting with attorneys, decided not to conduct a new vote on the contract Thursday.
By the way, do you think a revote is in order as the Peterborough candidate only secured her win by 2%?
But if one is ready to bear the consequences, this is in fact how to force the Supreme Court to revote Section 8(2), setting aside whether an unconstitutional provision still exists.
The Senate passed early Wednesday morning by a 51-48 vote the GOP's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, with the House set to revote Wednesday afternoon to rectify what the Senate said were three provisions in the bill that didn't comply with Senate budget rules, or the so-called Byrd rule.
26 revote and urged street protests and economic boycotts.
"Russia's claim that the independence referendum didn't meet international standards was pure propaganda - but it fed a petition for a revote that gathered 100,000 signatures."
After a controversial revote and widespread public outcry, Jordan's Parliament has voted not to exclude Israel from its National Investment Fund.
The risk factors are as follows: security concerns are taking a toll on real GDP growth; oil prices fall for an extended period of time; waning intra-regional financial transfers; heightened global financial stress challenges selected GCC corporates to refinance debt; potential revote on FIFA 2022 World Cup; and slowdown in EM growth that could hit oil demand and/or slower growth in Europe that may hit North Africa.
He added that if there was any finding of wrongdoing by the investigations into the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups he was convinced there would have to be a revote.
While Senate Republicans are considering a revote on the measure next week to put additional pressure on Democrats, and the House has also planned several votes against the deal, sufficient congressional support has been secured for its implementation.