Word "VOTE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US Constitution; guaranteed to women by the 19th amendment
Synonyms:
right to vote, suffrage
Examples:
American women got the vote in 1920

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative
Synonyms:
ballot, balloting, voting
Examples:
there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion
they allowed just one vote per person

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the total number of voters who participated
Synonyms:
voter turnout
Examples:
they are expecting a large vote

Crossword Clues for VOTE

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Show of hands Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2022
Election action Thomas Joseph 16 Sep 2022
Cast a ballot LA Times Daily 07 Aug 2022
House event Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2022
Participate in the 2022 midterms Universal 27 May 2022
Participate in a poll Universal 31 Mar 2022
Show of hands, maybe Universal 23 Mar 2022
Exercise a democratic right Universal 21 Mar 2022
'I Won't ___' (1956 Du Bois essay) USA Today 18 Mar 2022
Motion decider Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2022
Cast a ballot USA Today 06 Jan 2022
Indicate choice in an election Irish Times Simplex 28 Oct 2021
Cast a ballot Eugene Sheffer 13 Oct 2021
Support, with 'for' The Washington Post 22 Aug 2021
Support, with "for" LA Times Daily 22 Aug 2021
Cast a ballot Newsday 10 Aug 2021
Ballot The Telegraph Quick 26 Jul 2021
Choose at the polls LA Times Daily 18 Jul 2021
Choose at the polls The Washington Post 18 Jul 2021
Take part at the polls Newsday 20 Jun 2021
Indicate choice in an election Irish Times Simplex 06 Apr 2021
Get out the ___ New York Times 06 Apr 2021
Yea or nay Universal 19 Mar 2021
Cast a ballot Eugene Sheffer 18 Feb 2021
Show of hands, say Newsday 28 Jan 2021
Electoral choice The Sun Two Speed 01 Jan 2021
Ballot up from shire to valleys The Sun Two Speed 01 Jan 2021
Video's margins upset film franchise The Telegraph Toughie 30 Dec 2020
What the 19th Amendment gives women the right to do Universal 17 Oct 2020
Party call Wall Street Journal 14 Oct 2020
November 2020 choice Universal 16 Sep 2020
Cast a ballot USA Today 09 Aug 2020
Participate on Election Day USA Today 19 Jul 2020
Cast a ballot Family Time 22 Jun 2020
Cast a ballot Newsday 27 May 2020
Ballot Canadiana 25 May 2020
Do one’s civic duty Wall Street Journal 12 May 2020
Participate electorally USA Today 02 May 2020
Do a certain civic duty Family Time 06 Apr 2020
Go to the polls Universal 20 Mar 2020
Be part of a select crowd? Family Time 27 Jan 2020
Do your part in an election Family Time 20 Jan 2020
Formal indication of opinion in an election Irish Times Simplex 27 Dec 2019
Turn a thumb up or down USA Today 30 Nov 2019
Say “nay,” say Wall Street Journal 27 Nov 2019
Cast a ballot Thomas Joseph 11 Nov 2019
Capitol Hill activity New York Times 12 Oct 2019
Capitol Hill activity
Ballot The Telegraph Quick 14 Aug 2019
Roosevelt dismisses loser in the general election Irish Times Crosaire 22 Jul 2019
Veto might be used in ballot The Sun Two Speed 17 Jul 2019
Democracy in action New York Times 22 Jun 2019
Do one's civic duty USA Today 21 Jun 2019
Choose in a booth LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2019
Choose in a booth The Washington Post 11 Jun 2019
November 2020 verb Universal 30 May 2019
Quadrennial tally, perhaps The Washington Post Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Ballot returns from shire to valleys The Sun Two Speed 13 Feb 2019
Franchise The Sun Two Speed 13 Feb 2019
Show of hands LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2019
Show of hands The Washington Post 24 Jan 2019
November 2020 verb
Democracy in action
Show of hands
Choose in a booth
Do one's civic duty
Ballot could result in veto The Sun Two Speed 28 Nov 2018
'Aye' or 'nay,' perhaps USA Today 19 Nov 2018
Political activist's plea The Washington Post Sunday 04 Nov 2018
Choice LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2018
Choice The Washington Post 09 Sep 2018
Division of Novotel The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jul 2018
Primary concern New York Times 08 Jul 2018
End of the word ladder New York Times 14 Jun 2018
Get behind, with "for" LA Times Daily 27 Apr 2018
Get behind, with 'for' The Washington Post 27 Apr 2018
Participate in a poll Jonesin 30 Jan 2018
Get behind, with "for"
Choice
"Aye" or "nay," perhaps
End of the word ladder
Primary concern
Election season plea USA Today 22 Dec 2017
Ballot The Sun Two Speed 01 Dec 2017
Veto upset by ballot The Sun Two Speed 01 Dec 2017
Poll The Telegraph Quick 06 Nov 2017
Popular __ The Washington Post 01 Oct 2017
Popular __ LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2017
Yea or nay New York Times 19 Sep 2017
Say 'aye,' say Thomas Joseph 13 Sep 2017
Say 'nay,' say Wall Street Journal 01 Aug 2017
November imperative New York Times 25 Jun 2017
Be a part of the election process Universal 15 Jun 2017
Susan B. Anthony's goal USA Today 17 May 2017
Participate in a primary USA Today 10 May 2017
Primary imperative? New York Times 07 May 2017
Do one's civic duty Wall Street Journal 06 May 2017
Register a preference The Washington Post 30 Apr 2017
Register a preference LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2017
Mark a ballot Newsday 17 Apr 2017
Preference indicator LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2017
Participate in a primary The Washington Post 18 Feb 2017
Use a ballot Family Time 13 Feb 2017
Campaign commercial request The Washington Post 10 Feb 2017
Suffrage, with "the" LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2017
Yea or nay
Primary imperative?
November imperative
Popular __
Preference indicator
Register a preference
Suffrage, with "the"
Susan B. Anthony's goal
Participate in a primary
Election season plea
Be a part of the election process
Participate in an election Universal 14 Dec 2016
Show of hands, e.g Newsday 01 Dec 2016
Campaign poster word USA Today 28 Nov 2016
Cast a ballot Premier Sunday 27 Nov 2016
Pull a lever, maybe Newsday 17 Nov 2016
Help to make a state red or blue Wall Street Journal 05 Nov 2016
Check a box, perhaps USA Today 07 Aug 2016
Word on a political button New York Times 04 Aug 2016
Sign on with broken toe - those in the house would want you to do it Irish Times Crosaire 30 Jul 2016
Decision by a majority The Times Concise 24 Jun 2016
Pull a lever, maybe Universal 25 May 2016
Say "yea," say Universal 09 May 2016
Party request Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2016
Cast a ballot The Guardian Speedy 17 Jan 2016
Check a box, perhaps
Participate in an election
Pull a lever, maybe
Word on a political button
Campaign poster word
C-SPAN event Wall Street Journal 29 Dec 2015
House call? Wall Street Journal 12 Nov 2015
Parliamentary event Wall Street Journal 13 Oct 2015
Democracy unit Universal 27 Sep 2015
November responsibility Eugene Sheffer 25 Sep 2015
Exercise suffrage The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 Sep 2015
Element of landslides Newsday 15 Aug 2015
Yea or nay Newsday 26 Jul 2015
Ballot New York Times 25 May 2015
Poll position? LA Times Daily 24 May 2015
Participate in an election The Times Concise 13 Mar 2015
Plebiscite The Guardian Quick 28 Feb 2015
Cast a ballot Universal 24 Feb 2015
Pick a candidate Newsday 08 Feb 2015
Cast a ballot
Mark a ballot
Pick a candidate
Yea or nay
Poll position?
Exercise one's Nineteenth Amendment right
Candidate's exhortation
Exercise suffrage
November responsibility
Party request
Parliamentary event
House call?
C-SPAN event
Ballot
Democracy unit
Cast a ballot
Element of landslides
Use your democratic "voice"
Choice usually made secretly
Cast a ballot
Cast a ballot
Raise one's hand, say
November duty
Go to the polls
Formal choice
Help in a landslide
Make one's voice heard
Participate in a democracy
Choice in a booth
Go to the polls
Suffragist's goal
Citizen's duty
Part of a roll call, sometimes
Illegal thing to do twice, on election day
Booth decision
November exhortation
Show of hands, perhaps
Help decide on an initiative
With 31-Across, favor, as a ballot measure
Subject of the 19th, 24th and 26th Amendments
Swing __
What an office seeker seeks
Pick a party, say
Say "yea," say
Swing __
Make an X, maybe
Cast ballots
Say "yea," say
Rock the ___
What a 25-Across may have lost
Exercise a political right
Election selection
Go to the polls
Suffragist's goal
Pick a leader, perhaps
Use the ballot
Yea or nay
Cast a ballot
Say "nay," say
Use the ballot
Yea or nay
Make your feelings count
Democratic Submarines song
Participate in a primary
Say "aye," say
Go to the polls
Show of hands, e.g.
It's cast in a booth
Go to the polls
Have one's say, in a way
Have one's say, in an election
It's cast in a booth
One way to choose
Hold a referendum
Campaign button verb
Congressional action
Politician's plea
Make a choice
Formally register an opinion
Pull a lever, sometimes
Exercise a 19th Amendment right
15th Amendment topic
Put a fool on the Hill?
Cast one's ballot
Exercise one's 26th Amendment rights
Cast one's ballot
Cast a ballot
Choice in a booth
Exercise a 19th Amendment right
Turn out on Election Day
It's cast, then counted
Show of hands
Tribal Council highlight
Privilege of those 18 and over
End of many a race
Drop paper in a box, maybe
"Idol" watchers might cast one
Make one's choice, in a way
Ritual on "Survivor"
Show of hands, e.g.
House call?
Participate in a primary
Do a civic duty
Exercise one's citizenship
Exercise one's franchise
Go for a party, say
Formally register an opinion
Say "nay," say
Citizen's privilege
15th Amendment topic
Show of hands
It may result in a landslide
One might be taken with a show of hands
November activity
One might be taken with a show of hands
Formally register an opinion
X in a box, maybe
Cast thing
Congressional action
Mark a ballot
X in a box, maybe
19th Amendment subject
Franchise
It's cast, then counted
Pick a ticket
Suffrage
Cast a ballot
Citizen's duty
Word seen on many buttons
Show your hand during a showing of hands
Be part of a select crowd?
Choice
Expression of opinion
Word seen on many buttons
Say yea or nay
Show of hands, e.g.
Exercise a certain right
Candidate's desire
Show of hands
Ballot
Exercise a political right
November choice
Turn out on primary day
Participate at the polls
It may be cast
Ballot
Susan B. Anthony's goal
Exercise suffrage
You can't do it until you're 18
Exercise suffrage
Show of hands, say
Show of hands, say
You can't do it until you're 18
Primary action
Exercise the franchise
Cast a ballot
You must be 18 to do it
Mark a ballot
Suspenseful part of "Survivor"
Primary exercise
Choose, by ballot
Election action
Election selection
Something to cast
November exhortation
November choice
Stand up and be counted
House call?
Rock the ___ (nonprofit organization)
Enfranchisement
Pick a pol
November choice
Participate in an election
Cast a ballot
Say "aye," say
November choice
Go to the polls
November choice
November exhortation
Exercise one's franchise
Butterfly marking
Campaign button verb
November catchword
Ballot
November urging
Make your feelings count, in a way
Show of hands
Chadless hole in a Florida ballot
Participate in a democracy
Something to cast
Weekly ritual on "Survivor"
November plea
Something to cast
November imperative
Election cry
Plebiscite, for one
Stand up and be counted
Pull a lever, perhaps
One way to choose
Use the polls
Declare up or down
Use a ballot
Say aye or nay
Blackball
Campaign button verb
X, at times
Say "aye"
Ballot
Cast yesterday
Pick a president
Franchise
Can first do it at 18
Blackball, e.g.
Tally
Exercise a franchise
November word
Have one's say, in a way
Suffragists' quest
Suffrage
Exercise one's franchise
November tally
Canvasser's concern
Politician's plea
Capitol Hill action
Show of hands
Politician's quest
Right of suffrage
Plebiscite
Have one's say in the U.S.A.
Privilege in a democracy
Tally
What S. B. Anthony wanted
Aye or nay, e.g.
Citizen's franchise
Exercise a right
One man, one ___
Use a certain machine
Make a choice
Go to the polls
Record a preference
Political clout
Ratify
Proxy's concern
Do a civic chore
Candidate's quest
Straw ___
November duty
Do a civic duty
Suffrage.
Primary feature.
Delegate's prerogative.
Verb for today.
Declare by general opinion.
Propose.
Write-in item.
Word on political posters.
Suggest: Colloq.
Yea or nay.
Aye or nay.
Reminder for November.
Citizen's right.
Democratic privilege.
Poll.
Ballot.
Citizen's prerogative.
What every politician seeks.
Current advice to adults.
Citizen's franchise.
15th Amendment guarantee.
Citizen's privilege.
Something cast.
Mrs. Pankhurst's project.
Politician's goal.
The right of suffrage.
Franchise.
Candidate's desire.
Free man's privilege.
November 6th prospect.
Take part in democracy.
Today's privilege and responsibility.
Exercise the franchise.
Right of suffrage.
Collective opinion.
Word that goes in both blanks of "___ early and ___ often"
Show of hands, say
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