cast a ballot

See: vote
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I wanted to get it out of the way,'' voter Doug Sibbald said Wednesday while waiting to cast a ballot.
Set up a statewide provisional ballot system by January 1, 2004, so that every eligible voter who goes to a polling place can cast a ballot.
What's more, because neither candidate will end up with even 50 percent of the popular vote, whoever is declared the winner will disappoint more than half of all voters (not to mention the whopping 49 percent of eligible voters who didn't bother to cast a ballot this time around).
Final selection is based in part on on-line voting, which allows individuals and companies to cast a ballot for the one private fabless company that they most respect in terms of product, vision, strategy and future opportunities.
There are people in other parts of the world (who) are dodging bullets to cast a ballot,'' Campos said.
Although the system is ideal for special needs voters and was designed in consultation with national disability organizations, any voter can cast a ballot at the polls using this device.
Based on evidence from last year's special election on Measure A, in which 30 percent of the 55,000 registered voters cast a ballot during the mail-in drive, Burbank officials believe the city is ready to make the switch to the new system, even at a higher cost.
Voters may cast a ballot over the Internet, by mail or in paper at a precinct.
And in Blankenship's tiny precinct in the farthest western corner of the district, three blocks sandwiched between Normandie and Kansas avenues, only 12 percent of registered voters bothered to cast a ballot in the 1993 primary, making it just about the lowest of the low turnouts.