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VOTER. One entitled to a vote; an elector.

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Empowered by a Supreme Court that put its thumb on the scale for special interests over voters, politicians in Columbus are once again attacking Ohioans right to vote.
According to an official of Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), total registered voters in the merged tribal areas were 2,801,834, out of which 1,671,305 were male and 1,130,529 were female.
According to available data, a total 2,801,834 voters including 1,130,529 female voters and 1,671,305 male voters would use their right of vote in the historical elections.
An analysis of the latest district-wise statistics of voters released by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) shows that Lahore district continues to be in the lead with a gap of 616,945 between male and female voters, who number 3.05m and 2.43m respectively.
The breakdown of the areas affected and the number of registered voters according to the document, showed that:
"In all 90 assembly constituencies of the state, there are 5,910 voters who are of 100 years of age or above.
Mr Makhiya further said supplementary voter registration came against a backdrop of low turnout of voters during the general voter registration.
Over 1.8 million voters participated in the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) plebiscite on Monday.
ISLAMABAD -- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is feared to shift large number of its registered voters to their permanent addresses after December 31 if they fail to reconcile addresses mentioned in their computerised identity cards (CNIC) and the places where vote is currently registered.
A total of 108,580 voters voted that include 52,504 female voters and 56,076 male voters.
With a total of 5,398,623 registered voters, the largest constituency in the city, population and area wise, is NA-124 which has been carved out of the old city area.
Chairman Wafula Chebukati said the target is to increase the number of registered voters by three per cent.