voting precinct

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: precinct - one of several districts into which a city or town is divided for votingvoting precinct - 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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The city's 2010 census of 20,228 included 900-plus inmates who needed to be included in a voting precinct.
A month before the local elections in self-government bodies, to be held on June 15, voters will have the opportunity to validate their data - number in the single voters' list, place of registration and voting precinct, according to Azarashvili.
Residents can visit that website and see everything from project bids, news on upcoming events and what voting precinct they live in.
Teachers were allowed to use an improvised ballot box at the Catubig school's voting precinct on Monday, said the Commission on Elections (Comelec).
In an exclusive interview to KUNA, Randi Lee, 34, of Fairfax, Virginia, who is not registered with any political party stressed that "it's important to vote just so I can have a voice in what's going on in this country," Lee said, after standing two hours in line outside her voting precinct.
At a voting place in Rockaway Park, a hard-hit beachfront neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens, Sharon Brown was so determined to cast her vote that she returned to her flooded home the night before in order to be within walking distance of what she believed to be her voting precinct.
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Former European Parliament member and current Riga City Councilman Kristovskis will be first on Unity's ticket in the Riga voting precinct.
The service, including hardware, costs about $500 per voting precinct, Cerrone said.
Yet within the curtains of my old-fashioned voting machine--the push-button kind that scores your votes electronically enough, and got me in and out of my voting precinct in 15 minutes--I decided, despite my personal liberal and Democratic leanings that I told you about as readers of ColoradoBiz when I wrote my first column here more than six years ago, that I should be true to my editorial-board vote on my secret ballot as well.
As a result of a new state law dictating a voting precinct size, the county registrar-recorder had to add 420 new polling places.
on Tuesday, November 2, 2004, Marta Maria Cruz was still in line at a voting precinct in Hialeah, Florida.