scrutineer

[ UK /skɹˌuːtɪnˈi‍ə/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who examines votes at an election
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How To Use scrutineer In A Sentence

  • Until then the scheme is held up until the scrutineers are satisified about the proposals.
  • Avid page two scrutineers will have seen a boxed notice in the personal announcements section.
  • First, they flatly refused to carry out their legal duty to appoint independent scrutineers for new executive elections.
  • It was one of his scrutineers at the polling station and she said she needed a ride home.
  • The scrutineers must receive postal votes no later than 10 pm on Thursday June 10 and are recommending that people post their completed votes on June 8.
  • Included in their package of proposals are a national scrutineer and adviser on student association accounts and activities.
  • Included in their package of proposals are a national scrutineer and adviser on student association accounts and activities.
  • Every half hour, Picco's three scrutineers in the polling station provided updated lists of the names of those who had voted.
  • The conference first adopted the congress to elect the scrutineer and the total scrutineer name list.
  • Says he is a 'scrutineer' not a mutineer. The Sun
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