go to the polls


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go to the polls

To cast one's vote in an election. Analysts have predicted a landslide victory for her, but we won't know for sure until the country goes 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.
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Voters could put their X in an abstention box but would be fined - as Australians are - if they did not go to the polls.
I will go to the polls and vote 'no', but I leave the choice to you to follow your political references," he told worshippers.
But the constitution is not clear on whether he can seek another term, begging the question as to what might await the country when voters go to the polls.
Focus on the Family President James Dobson repeatedly urged his national radio flock to go to the polls and implored pastors to prod their congregants.
Voters in Paisley South go to the polls today with each candidate battling to the last minute for every vote.
The state is set to go to the polls later this year.
To Campbell and dozens of activists like her, the question of whom you vote for is less important than whether you go to the polls in the first place.
According to NCBM President Robert Ingram, the group's approach must include registering massive numbers of voters to ensure voting strength when it's time to go to the polls in 1996.
Summary: Ministers should consider requiring voters to produce proof of identity when they go to the polls, the elections watchdog has said.