1día de las elecciones masculine
- The member states choose their own voting systems and polling days, but no votes are counted until all the countries have voted.
- As polling day approaches, the election campaign has moved into top gear.
- Nevertheless, over the past four decades, it has gained growing support and influence with falling turnouts on polling days.
- The official polling day is Thursday, when traditional methods take over.
- They did not receive the voting pack and were told that they could not vote when they turned up at the polling station on polling day.
- The polling days should be extended, especially in Harare.
- Even the most of critical foreign or local observers had neat note pads at the close of the polling day last night.
- For security reasons, he has decided to stretch the ballot across four polling days, ending Oct. 10, and he's bringing in 44,000 troops.
- When polling day arrives I can't demand more time, I have to vote now.
- To hear that scathing verdict, one month before the polling day in a general election, must send a shiver down the spine of any democrat.
- Meanwhile, Kerry students have called for Saturday to remain the polling day for all elections in the future.
- On polling day, as I said above, things were calm in Poplar and Canning Town.
- On polling day, at 9 a.m. a message will flash requesting you to exercise your right to vote.
- They are also seeking a stay on the setting of a polling day pending the determination of the proceedings.
- However, any move to make Sunday the official polling day would be heavily opposed by many religious communities.
- There was no relentless build up to their polling day, it came and went practically unnoticed.
- When polling day came, Labour remained the largest party but nevertheless lost six of its 56 seats.
- And in that election, the early announcement of results had manifest effects on voting behaviour on subsequent polling days.
- Television channels are getting ready for the polling days.
- This is a way of ensuring that voters are not unnecessarily disadvantaged when the polling day comes.