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Elect

The conversion of a conditional order into a market order.

Elect

To order a broker to change a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.

elect

To convert a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.
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A parliamentary subcommittee, including MPs from March 8 and March 14 blocs, failed to reach a deal on a unified electoral law after holding several meetings last year.
The overwhelming majority of research that concerns itself with electoral systems treats electoral institutions as an independent variable.
Greater Manchester Police said it received reports of electoral fraud in the Rochdale, North Manchester, Oldham and Bolton areas, relating to breaches of the electoral Code of Practice.
He added: "The assistant chief electoral officer plays a key role in the delivery of free and fair elections and the management of the Electoral Office.
Wide shot, trucks used by UNOCI for electoral material transportation
The second panel discussion, "International Electoral Observation," focused on a discussion of the advantages and added value of international electoral observation in different contexts, for example, in a situation of tight results; new aspects that could be observed by the missions; EMBs' expectations regarding international missions; international and national regulations for electoral observation missions, among other issues.
Chris Sinacola recently wrote a perceptive column in the Telegram & Gazette about the mechanics of eliminating the Electoral College.
North Wales Police confirmed an alleged breach of Electoral Commission rules is being investigated.
Allowing the Electoral College to select a candidate who has failed to win the greatest number of votes is an exception to the standard for elected officials.
An end to the winner-take-all system of awarding electoral votes would be fair only if it occurred nationwide.
This article focuses on five aspects of the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer: the Office's origins, independence, responsibilities, responsiveness, and the impact on the Office and the Canada Elections Act of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Electoral Commission Act gives power to the President to designate the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission from amongst the commissioners of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC).