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vote in

v.
To select someone or something by vote for an office or for membership; elect someone or something: The members of the club voted in a new slate of officers. The president has been accused of turning her back on the public that voted her in.
See also: vote
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Mario Aburto Martinez, the Mexican national who assassinated presidential candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio in 1994, was illegally registered to vote in Los Angeles.
However, Jones said he had a responsibility to challenge the efforts to push through citizenships without proper FBI checks so that people could be registered to vote in time for this election.
More recently, a backlash against immigrants and desire to vote in November's presidential election, have galvanized thousands of immigrants to seek U.
INS officials and community leaders say several factors, including backlash against immigrants and desire to vote in upcoming presidential elections, have galvanized thousands of immigrants to seek U.
More than 150 activists protested outside the downtown federal building Tuesday against citizenship processing delays they say could prevent 300,000 immigrants from becoming citizens in time to vote in November.