vote a split ticket

vote a split ticket
vote a split ticket phrase
to vote for candidates of more than one political party in an election
Thesaurus: to vote in an election or on a political issuehyponym
Main entry: split ticket

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • vote a split ticket — to vote for candidates of more than one political party in an election …   English dictionary

  • vote a split ticket — ➡ elections * * * …   Universalium

  • split ticket — split ,ticket noun AMERICAN vote a split ticket to vote for CANDIDATES of more than one political party in an election …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • split ticket — noun a ballot cast by a voter who votes for candidates from more than one party • Ant: ↑straight ticket • Hypernyms: ↑vote, ↑ballot, ↑voting, ↑balloting * * * noun : a ticket or ballot cast by a voter who splits his vote : ball …   Useful english dictionary

  • split ticket — n. (AE) to vote a split ticket ( to distribute one s vote among candidates of more than one party ) * * * [ˌsplɪt tɪkɪt] (AE) to vote a split ticket ( to distribute one s vote among candidates of more than one party ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • split ticket — UK / US noun American vote a split ticket …   English dictionary

  • Split-ticket voting — can be used as a form of tactical voting in countries (such as the United States) dominated by two parties where a voter is not a wholehearted supporter of either party. It can also be used in countries (such as Germany) which use a variety of… …   Wikipedia

  • split ticket — n a vote in US elections in which the voter has voted for some ↑candidates of one party and some of the other party >split ticket adj ▪ split ticket voting …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • split-ticket — ˌsplit ˈticket ; adjective • a split ticket vote Main entry: ↑split ticketderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • split ticket — vote for candidates from more than one political party He always votes for a split ticket when he votes and never votes for only one party …   Idioms and examples

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