On the last occasion when the great Russian bugbear provoked a division, he voted
submissively with his Conservative allies.
And to think that I once voted
against that angel for Inspector of Gate-latches in Public Squares
As soon as the merry meal and a brief interval of repose were over, it was unanimously voted
to have some charades.
He owned a country-house at Aulnay, laid by his money, and had, besides the four thousand five hundred francs of his salary under government, twelve hundred francs pension from the civil list, and eight hundred from the three hundred thousand francs fund voted
by the Chambers for encouragement of the Arts.
Day by day unions and more unions voted
their support to the socialists, until even Ernest laughed when the Undertakers' Assistants and the Chicken Pickers fell into line.
Peter sided with him, but the rest of us voted down the suggestion.
Seton next morning we liked him enormously, and voted him a jolly good fellow.
To learn how any representative or senator voted
on the key measures described herein, look him up in the tables on pages 30-35.
Hagel not only won but won big, receiving a majority of the vote from every major demographic group in the state--including core Democrats such as Nebraska's black population, which had never voted
Republican in modern times.
A woman currently bringing suit against Florida, on disability for blindness caused by diabetes and hepatitis, voted
regularly in Florida for 25 years before being informed that she was disqualified because of a felony committed when she was 19.
Direct election would have another enjoyable by-product: No partisan results in exit polls in the Presidential race could be discussed by a credible news agency until everyone had voted
When voters went to the polls on November 7, they actually voted
for a group of people called electors.