vote (one) out of (something)

vote (one) out of (something)

To decide to remove someone from a role, position, group, or organization through an official organized vote. Only Congress has the power to vote the president out of office through the impeachment process. I really think we ought to vote him out of the club after the awful things he did. Word has come through that the CEO has been voted out of the company by a 72–18 majority of the board.
See also: of, out, vote
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vote someone out of something

 and vote someone out
to remove one from office by defeating one in an election. They voted her out of office. The electorate voted out a number of incumbents.
See also: of, out, vote
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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