absentee vote

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absentee vote

A vote as cast by absentee ballot.

absentee voter n.
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ab′sentee vote′

a vote cast by a person who, because of absence from the usual voting district, illness, etc., has been permitted to vote by mail.
ab′sentee vot′er, n.
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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who has been hospitalized due to illness, cast an absentee vote Saturday afternoon for Sunday's election to choose his successor as president of the Liberal Democratic Party, party lawmakers said.
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Manila The 31-day absentee vote for overseas Filipinos kicked off without major hitches yesterday, reports reaching Manila from abroad said.
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Ferrer said that during the 2007 mid-term elections, some 18,000 seafarers were able to cast their votes via the internet thanks to the absentee vote pilot program in Singapore.
"With only 113,209 overseas Filipinos voting, the cost of each absentee vote is now P1,310 per vote.
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In the 2016 race at issue, Hubbard initially beat Franks by 90 votes after getting a large number of absentee votes. To determine if those absentee votes were fraudulent, Frank's attorney, Roland, used a lawsuit filed earlier under the Sunshine Law to convince a St.
Twelve out of 150 lower house seats remain in doubt, with counting of pre-poll, postal and absentee votes to resume on Tuesday.
There are as of Monday 188 absentee votes and perhaps a handful of affidavit votes to be counted.