Ballots

短语和例句

ballots cast   (选票)

Any player named on 75% or more of all ballots cast is elected.

Democratic challenger Alton B. Parker received 25.79% of ballots cast.

Willkie received 49.85% of ballots cast, while Roosevelt received 49.52%.

rejected ballots   (拒绝投票)

Commenting on the 1983 boundary changes to the constituency when moving the 2000 Loyal Address of the Blair Government in Parliament, then-MP Sir John Morris, who would retire at the next general election, said: Of the 82 rejected ballots: Of the 57 rejected ballots: Of the 57 rejected ballots: Of the 44 rejected ballots:

valid ballots   (有效选票)

Having a total of 8,591 valid votes (26.25% of valid ballots).

1 blank ballot was cast, leaving 89 valid ballots in the election.

4 blank ballots were cast, leaving 166 valid ballots in the election.

absentee ballots   (缺席选票)

... That does not include uncounted absentee ballots."

Franks argued before a judge that there were irregularities in the casting of absentee ballots.

There were 240,000 absentee ballots in Miami-Dade County alone, with 54,000 of these cast on election day.

ballots were cast

A total of 37 blank and null ballots were cast.

4 blank ballots were cast, leaving 166 valid ballots in the election.

3 blank ballots were cast, leaving 198 valid ballots in the election.

blank ballots   (空白选票)

4 blank ballots were cast, leaving 166 valid ballots in the election.

3 blank ballots were cast, leaving 198 valid ballots in the election.

2 blank ballots were cast, leaving 118 valid ballots in the election.

cast ballots

The remaining nine electors cast ballots for John Kerry.

About 75% of the 1.15 million registered voters in the Region cast ballots.

cast their ballots

Iowa voters cast their ballots for electors: representatives to the Electoral College.

Technically the voters of NJ cast their ballots for electors: representatives to the Electoral College.