voting booth


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Noun1.voting booth - a booth in which a person can cast a private votevoting booth - a booth in which a person can cast a private vote
kiosk, stall, booth, cubicle - small area set off by walls for special use
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Translations
äänestyskoppi
szavazófülke
kotak suara

voting booth

ncabina elettorale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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However, KMT lawmakers ripped a voting booth apart and sat on top of the remains to prevent voting from continuing, leading the speaker to demand the setting up of separate new ballot booths, which were protected by DPP legislators to allow voting to go ahead, according to the CNA report.
According to Boujemaaa Mechi, president of the Independent Regional Electoral Authority (IRIE), one voter committed an electoral offence by taking a photo of his ballot paper in the voting booth. His mobile phone was seized and a complaint was filed against him with the Public Prosecutor's Office.
In a police report, Sovann is quoted as having said: 'On election day, anyone can go to vote but in the voting booth, we can check anything we want because no one will see.
Better Government Association Policy Director Madeleine Doubek will discuss how to navigate the murky waters of political ads and find reliable information to take to the voting booth.
Participants agreed to provide voters with a new voting booth designed in accordance with modern international standards and said that the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) would fund thousands of voting booths.
Come on, be realistic and give us our voting booth back.
But can Texans take this self-esteem-boosting practice into the voting booth? No, not legally.
CHRIS OWENS: The owner of organic farm stand Owens Truck Farm in Ashland appends an outhouse to his business, labeled "Official NH Voting Booth," featuring two toilet seats and two mannequins dressed as Hill.
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Election Day is rapidly approaching and if you're wondering whether or not you can legally take a selfie in the voting booth to commemorate the 2016 election, know the law is on the side of selfie-takers.
The Christian Democrats came up with the slogan: "In the sanctity of the voting booth, Stalin can't see you, but God can," which helped them win a resounding victory.
Trump insists he was simply trying to unify gun owners against the presidential candidate in the voting booth. But outraged newspapers, including the New York Daily News, called for him to step down.