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1. I didn't vote in the last election.
2. Almost half the population are eligible to vote in today's election.
3. There was no alternative for them to vote in favor.
4. She was too young to vote in the national election.
5. The chairman gave his casting vote in favour.
6. An official decree invalidated the vote in the capital.
7. You'll soon be old enough to vote in elections.
8. When are you eligible to vote in your country?
9. Women were given the vote in the early 1900's.
10. Women first got the vote in Britain in 1918.
11. It is your civic duty to vote in the local elections.
12. The members of the national assembly will vote in a prime minister by a simple majority.
13. She returned home in order to vote in the elections.
14. They polled 39% of the vote in the last election.
15. There was a solid vote in favour of the proposal.
16. Only 40% of people bothered to vote in the election.
17. Gee,(http://Sentencedict.com) can I vote in Gilbert?
18. Perot garnered 19 percent of the popular vote in 1992 but did not win any electoral votes.
19. The deadline to register to vote in the primary is August 18.
20. Perot did not receive even one electoral vote in his 1992 independent campaign for president.
21. Bob Dole when Florida Republicans vote in the Tuesday primary.
22. Prop 104 allows the mayor a vote in filling a vacancy on the Council.
23. When it came up for a vote in March,[sentencedict.com] it was soundly defeated.
24. A vote for the Liberal Democrats is just a Labour vote in disguise.
25. Two-thirds of the national electorate had the chance to vote in these elections.
26. Buying yourself in is the only way to get a vote in the company's future.
27. After much soul-searching, he decided it was wrong to vote in the elections.
28. I believe that he would be the best possibility to recapture the centre vote in the forthcoming election.
29. The vote was tied and a local union leader used his casting vote in favour of the return to work.
30. Is it true that men are more likely than women to vote in a democracy?
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