vote counter


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Noun1.vote counter - an official appointed to count the votes (especially in legislative assembly)
canvasser - a person who takes or counts votes
functionary, official - a worker who holds or is invested with an office
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John Thune of South Dakota, the chief GOP vote counter, said there may be GOP attempts to amend the House measure, saying Republicans "think they have amendments that would improve it." That suggests that McConnell may try finding a way to add language that could sink the Democratic resolution or, perhaps, make it more palatable for Republicans.
(https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-night-clinton-said-what-she-never-expected-to-say-congratulations-donald/2017/04/17/bc640772-2066-11e7-be2a-3a1fb24d4671_story.html) A Washington Post review of the book said that the Democrats were hopeful of Clinton's win on election night till Steve Schale, the vote counter, shared his speculation around 9:45 p.m.
When asked about the nomination, Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn of Texas -- the chief GOP vote counter -- said, "That's above my pay grade.
Sessions had previously announced his bid for House majority whip, the lead Republican House floor vote counter. But if McCarthy stays in his current role, there might not be an opening for Sessions after all.
Commenting on NA122 vote recount result, Ahsan Iqbal said that that the absence stamps on vote counter foils was simply mismanagement but it cannot be termed rigging.
Iqbal further said that the absence stamps on vote counter foils was simply mismanagement and that in fact such votes have favoured Imran Khan instead.
You can also get the booklet and more information, including an animated video where Victor the Vote Counter demonstrates both voting systems, on our website: www.aboutmyvote.co.uk.
This methodological innovation permits a focus on the central phenomenon of interest: the changing likelihood that a judge will vote counter to a naive ideological prediction depending upon the panel composition.
Only the system administrator can inspect from his menu the vote counter, but this possibility is required for validation of the cryptographic key and error detection in the voting system itself'.
Stalin is reported to have said that the secret to a successful election is not the voter but the vote counter. There are three models for administering elections.