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
Specifically, Taylor determined that the SoccerCity proposal is legislative, and not judicial, in nature, meaning that the court cannot weigh in until after the election.
Brannigan, a former Republican congressional candidate who ran unopposed in the April 2017 township election, sat silent during Monday’s meeting, alternating her gaze between the dais and the protesters criticizing her.
The president and other conservatives made little secret of their desire to replace the court’s swing justice after the 2016 election.
He was also fired by the prior administration from his post as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014, and President Barack Obama warned Trump against hiring Flynn shortly after the November election.
Analysts say Pakistan will likely have a coalition government after the elections, as no single political party is expected to get a two-thirds majority in parliament.
That vacant seat ultimately went to now-Justice Neil Gorsuch after Trump's election.
While Schwab departs, Schweikert continues to face an ethics probe that is expected to linger past the November elections.
In the nine months after Trump’s election, nine Russian officials were murdered or died mysteriously.
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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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