election commission

NOUN
  1. a commission delegated to supervise an election
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How To Use election commission In A Sentence

  • We see no doubt that the Election Commission came to its decision after bearing in mind the pros and cons of the whole situation.
  • Beside this, the repoll is also held at 15 booths of Basanti of South 24 pargana as election commission received complain of rigging and booth capturing. 3 rd phase of panchayat election in Westbengal
  • But the ultimate decision as to whether it is possible and expedient to hold the elections at any given point of time must rest with the Election Commission.
  • She is borrowing money from herself, watchout that she is not hiding funds for the General Election as according to the declaration of Paul vs Clinton she had to be forced to report funds raised by fundrasing to the Federal Election Commission FEC further the declartion reads Hillary made 3 -4 false reports to the FEC an so on hiding funds for the General Election for her Senate race. Ex-Clintonite makes press-release goof
  • Among their obligations is observing the Regional Election Commissions in all the constituencies in their regions.
  • The election commission yesterday said it was investigating a fivefold increase in the number of new voters in Kirkuk, an oil-rich northern city that the Kurds wish to incorporate into their self-ruled region.
  • Chawla, the senior-most Election Commissioner, was considered as the natural choice for the top post when Gopalaswami demits office on April 20. rediff.com
  • Last week the state's election commissioner decertified $100m worth of machinery, and ordered counties with e-voting terminals to produce a backup system for the November elections.
  • He said observers and journalists could watch the first stage of the count at the polling stations, but not at provincial election commission centers where the results are tabulated.
  • Stevens strongly dissented from the court's January decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission that lifted federal limits on corporate and union spending in political campaigns. Senator to Stevens: 2010 retirement would lead to 'gridlock'
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