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(1) He was elected by a unanimous vote.
(2) Let's put the matter to a vote.
(3) The party gained over 50% of the vote.
(4) Experts say a 'yes' vote is still the likely outcome.
(5) The matter will be decided by vote.
(6) A call for a vote of no-confidence in the president was rejected.
(7) In 1918 British women got the right to vote.
(8) You may appoint a proxy to vote for you.
(9) The chairperson has the casting / deciding vote.
(10) Many electors didn't vote today because of the bad weather.
(11) Once the vote was taken, things quieted down quickly.
(12) The motion under debate was put to a vote.
(13) I'm still undecided about how I'll vote.
(14) Heck, if you don't like it, don't vote for him.
(15) The vote will enable the Prime Minister to push through tough policies.
(16) I would like to propose a vote of thanks to our host.
(17) Nothing would induce me to vote for him again.
(18) Exercise your democratic right to vote.
(19) Do you qualify for the vote?
(20) A majority vote enabled the passage of the resolution.
(21) The destiny of our nation depends on this vote!
(22) The result of the vote poses a serious challenge to the government's credibility.
(23) The leadership want to present a single slate of candidates to be approved in an open vote.
(24) We demand an immediate restoration of our right to vote.
(25) The polls are not a reliable guide of how people will vote.
(26) According to radio the British electorate are going to vote tomorrow.
(27) More needs to be done to simplify the process of registering to vote. Sentencedict.com
(28) The Government has launched an advertising campaign to encourage people to vote.
(29) If the opposition groups manage to unite, they may command over 55% of the vote.
(30) The party leaders whipped the members in for the vote.