Traducción de voting booth en Español:

voting booth

cabina de votación, n.

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    cabina de votación femenino
    cabina electoral femenino
    • However, it is well known that people are more likely to plan to vote than they are to actually get to the voting booth on polling day.
    • But she had no idea it would tie her to postal votes for three years and effectively bar her from the voting booth for the 2005 General Election.
    • The main difference between a poll taken the day before an election and a poll taken as people exit the voting booth is that the exit poll is probably more accurate.
    • Anyone over the age of 18 with Iraqi citizenship is eligible to vote and there are 28,000 voting booths in 5,300 polling centres.
    • The company will provide 200 voting booths on election day, May 1.
    • From there you took your voting slip to a voting booth, checking that no one was able to see you place your ‘X’.
    • We had queues of up to a dozen people waiting to collect their ballot papers, while all the voting booths were full of people filling theirs in.
    • This progressive is betting that Democrats - and then a general-election majority - will choose him in the voting booth.
    • But nowhere in the United States can anyone under 18 walk into a voting booth and cast a ballot without breaking the law.
    • On the day of the elections, they will be monitoring the voting booths.
    • It is in these states that the election will ultimately be resolved - either in the voting booths, or in the courts.
    • Since that time, in every election except 1982, women have outnumbered men in the voting booths.
    • She's also considering going back to paper elections with voting booths so that students can see there's an election going on.
    • For people in wheelchairs, he said, many voting places lack access ramps and voting booths are often too high and too narrow.
    • Extra travelling may be on the cards for some Burnett Shire residents if their regular voting booths do not open on election day.
    • And political analysts say it proves that voters are taking moral values into the voting booth.
    • In Oregon citizens vote only by mail; there are no longer voting booths in the state.
    • Mechanical voting booths and punch cards replaced paper ballots for faster counting.
    • Undecided respondents tend to stick with the incumbent in public polls, but to switch to the challenger in the voting booth.
    • When they enter the voting booth, people frequently abandon independent candidates.