When the women get the ballot, they will vote for prohibition," I said.
And when they come to vote, they will vote for prohibition.
So he is in some things, but I shall not vote for
him, Polly; you know what his trade is?
They were even, some of them, going to vote for
him, and purposely to let him get a good many votes, so that the enemy might be thrown off the scent, and when a candidate of the other side was put up, they too might give him some votes.
The same principle prevails also in the choice of their senate; the manner of electing which is favourable also to an oligarchy; for all are obliged to vote for
those who are senators of the first class, afterwards they vote for
the same number out of the second, and then out of the third; but this compulsion to vote at the election of senators does not extend to the third and fourth classes and the first and second class only are obliged to vote for
When the majority shall at length vote for
the abolition of slavery, it will be because they are indifferent to slavery, or because there is but little slavery left to be abolished by their vote.
To keep senators in the interest of the crown, it was proposed that the members should raffle for employment; every man first taking an oath, and giving security, that he would vote for
the court, whether he won or not; after which, the losers had, in their turn, the liberty of raffling upon the next vacancy.
I only wanted to tell you that if you vote for
your arsenic-man, you are not to cut me in consequence.
The ex-butler had obtained a small freehold there likewise, which gave him a vote for
Hunt, to vote for
him and in his name, on any question that might come before any meeting of the persons interested in the voyage.
Get ready to punch the dial pad and vote for
your favorite Idol contestant.
The chief election officer of each state must determine the total popular vote for
president/vice president in the entire nation even though some states may not have subscribed to the agreement.
I vote for
two hours straight,'' said Susie Welby, a McPhee supporter and friend of the 22-year-old singer.
It was proposed again in 2004, and Xcel recommended shareholders vote for
the proposal, which was approved and implemented.
2004 vote: If it looks like my home state could go either way by Election Day, I'll vote for