go to the polls


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go to the polls

to go to a place to vote; to vote. What day do we go to the polls? Our community goes to the polls in November.
See also: poll

go to the polls

to vote in an election The country will go to the polls on 6th June.
See also: poll
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Voters in the Kirkleatham ward will go to the polls on Thursday, October 2, to fill the vacancy left by the death of Labour councillor Norman Davies.
This is the first time in many election cycles that Worcester voters will have choices across the board when they go to the polls.
When voters did go to the polls, were their votes counted?
When US voters go to the polls there is real opportunity to influence the local agenda.
This fall we will once again go to the polls to elect another president and other members of the Congress.
Because, whether we believe it or not, we do have a voice in society, and for that voice to be heard, we must go to the polls.
I would like to exhort you to make sure you go to the polls in the coming federal election.
Turkey will go to the polls in November after ailing and beleaguered premier Bulent Ecevit yesterday lost his fight for survival.
Barak would like to strike a deal before Israelis go to the polls on February 6 in a General Election.
Two years ago just 36% of the eligible voters bothered to go to the polls to elect the new Congress.
VOTING could be made compulsory - with a pounds 10 fine for anyone who doesn't go to the polls.
Voters in Paisley South go to the polls today with each candidate battling to the last minute for every vote.
The calls will urge Muslim voters to go to the polls on November 4 and will be recorded by regional Muslim leaders in California, New York, Illinois, Florida, Texas, and Virginia .
His role becomes important as Tamil Nadu will go to the polls in 2016.