ballot box

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ballot box (plural ballot boxes)

  1. A sealed box with a slit, into which a voter puts a completed voting slip.
  2. The process or method of voting.
    The people will decide at the ballot box.
    • 2024 April 3, Howard Johnston, “TfL is overflowing with ideas... but is short of the capital”, in RAIL, number 1006, page 30:
      Incumbent Sadiq Khan wants a third term. But he is currently silenced by the strict rules of 'purdah', so he cannot use funds from the Greater London Authority for anything that might give him political advantage. There are strict neutrality rules to ensure that all ten candidates stand an equal chance at the ballot box [] .



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