Examples of election in a Sentence
He's favored to win the election.
The scandal may affect his chances for election.
Her election to the Senate was a surprise to many.
Recent Examples of election from the Web
Things have not changed since Garrett lost his bid for re-election in 2016.
Walsh noted that Ray’s decision followed successful re-election campaigns, when the consequences of a political backlash were diminished.
Sharif has been banned from participating in politics, and his brother Shahbaz Sharif now heads his Pakistan Muslim League and is fighting for re-election on July 25.
Katie Hall was convicted of mail fraud, extortion and racketeering after making employees raise money for her re-election campaign in order to keep their jobs.
The report’s release came amid growing pressure on the governor in his re-election campaign.
Now, amid tough economic times, three gubernatorial candidates—one Democrat and two Republicans—are challenging Gov. Bill Walker, an independent who is running for re-election.
Kasparian is required by the bylaws of Local 135 to stand for re-election by the end of this year.
Democratic senators running for re-election in states Trump carried in 2016 will face pressure to back his nominee.
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Synonym Discussion of election
- freedom of choice
- the option of paying now or later
- equally attractive alternatives
- a preference for cool weather
- a varied selection of furniture
- doing a tax return forces certain elections on you
ELECTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of election for English Language Learners
: the act or process of choosing someone for a public office by voting
: the fact of being elected
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