Turnout Sentence Examples
The voters decided to boycott the referendum, which needed a 50% turnout to be valid.
The high turnout, attitude, passion, enthusiasm, patience, tolerance and orderly conduct of the Ghanaian voter are applauded.
There was also a good turnout from the CGT, the main trade union federation in France.
The Catholic bishops had urged voters to boycott the referendum, which needed a 50% turnout to be valid.
Unlike some competitors you will also find the crew turnout spotless.Advertisement
Late on Sunday afternoon David Coleman puts the finishing touches to the pedestrian walkway across the newly installed turnout.
We had a rather disappointing turnout for what was to prove an excellent evening enjoyed by everyone, Geoff included.
The Positive View The problem of electoral turnout in Britain has reached crisis point.
There are lessons to be learned from the differential turnout.
We are calling for a massive turnout from across the UK on 2 July.Advertisement
This year the date has been set for Sunday July 14 and PC Carey is hoping for a bumper turnout.
Election officials reported a 75 per cent turnout in the poll.
Another is that some parts of central Iraq populated by the once dominant Sunni community remain too restive to assure a large voter turnout.
Full livery in modern barn stabling with turnout, farmhouse B&B or 4-star self catering.
The government has looked at ways of boosting voter turnout, which fell to 59% in the last general election in 2001.Advertisement
The second emerging feature of the electoral landscape on which I want to focus is the declining turnout at elections.
The UK is edging ever closer to the government's objective for 60% voting turnout at shareholder meetings.
The turnout was 63.74% which means that only about a quarter of the electorate actually voted for the Conservative candidate.
Falling public confidence in the ability of local democracy to deliver is reflected most starkly in the turnout at local elections.
The Senatorial elections held in November 2005 were won by the ruling ZANU-PF despite a very low turnout.Advertisement
However, there was no shirking in the turnout for a lecture on The Econometrics of Ultrahigh Frequency Data.
Excellent stabling, all year round turnout, 20 x 60 floodlit outdoor school, BHS approved.
It would be super to have a full turnout at Cowes and beat the record 30 boats on the line in 1998.
The Commission came up with a number of ways in which turnout at future elections might be improved.
Low turnout to a General Election is a problem.Advertisement
The UK is edging ever closer to the government 's objective for 60% voting turnout at shareholder meetings.
There was a 58% turnout in the election.
The turnout in a postal ballot was 66 per cent, the highest ever in a postal pilot.
Withins Fell race, Sunday 22nd October A good turnout of junior Harriers at this fell race.
Unlike the real election, there was a good turnout of voters, 85 per cent.
We had a great turnout of runners - 235 finishers.
Kildale Figure of Eight A bright, sunny and windless morning saw a turnout of 16.
Irregardless of the reasons behind the increase in young voter turnout, the higher numbers are a good thing.
The colorful illustration on the blue 100% heavyweight cotton T shirt shows Sparky the Fire Dog dressed in his red cape over his bright yellow and red turnout gear.
The five ballet positions, when practiced each and every day as part of a classical ballet routine, will become more and more natural, turnout from the hip will increase, and the dancer will become more and more secure in each position.
In addition to mastering things like turnout, there's also something to be said for the ability to do different things in each of the five positions.
Getting the head movements 'right' is what makes the crucial difference between a technically accomplished dancer (good turnout, fluid movement, graceful arm angles, etc) and a dancer who can steal the crowd's focus when she comes onstage.
Make sure that the announcements for these fun gatherings are sent in plenty of time to ensure a good turnout.
These reality shows open calls can generate a huge turnout depending on the popularity of the show and the number of people who are willing to go through the casting process.
There may be two complete lines of track or three lines of rails, one being common to both tracks, and the cars passing on a middle turnout or " parting "; or a single track with a parting.
Yes your mental arithmetic is correct we had a turnout of nineteen, a record for the Mountain Biking Section.
The leadership's claim that the low turnout reflected satisfaction with the government is simply laughable.
The best way to increase turnout is to have good government, not to undermine local government.
Are we really saying that an increase in voter turnout to 35% represents democratic nirvana?
However, there was no shirking in the turnout for a lecture on " The Econometrics of Ultrahigh Frequency Data.
The larger than expected turnout is as true of Renamo strongholds such as Beira as of Frelimo ones such as Maputo.
A Joseph Rowntree Poll in 2000 found that 30 per cent of those polled agreed or tended to agree with compulsory turnout.
The likely outcome of the election campaign is a fall in voter turnout.
European election turnout in pilot regions was up more than 100 per cent.
Some 85 percent voted in favor on a 80 percent turnout.