Narrowest of election margins [Crossword Clue Answer]

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Narrowest of election margins [Crossword Clue]

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  • ONEVOTE (7 Letters/Characters)

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ONE VOTE

noun

noun: vote; plural noun: votes

  1. a formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands.
    • an act of giving or registering a vote.
    • the choice is expressed collectively by a body of electors or a specified group.
    • the right to register a choice in an election.

verb

verb: vote; 3rd person present: votes; past tense: voted; past participle: voted; gerund or present participle: voting

  1. give or register a vote.
    • cause (someone) to gain or lose a particular post or honor using a vote.
    • used to express a wish to follow a particular course of action.
    • (of a legislature) grant or confer by vote.
    • reject something by means of a vote.

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