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Only about 20% of the people voted in the local government elections.
Is it really necessary to hold an election every three years?
Elections to the European Parliament are due in May.
She is standing for the first time in elections for the National Assembly.
They have only recently won an election under his leadership.
The parties formed an alliance to contest the 1988 legislative elections.
With the election of a new leader, the country became relatively stable.
a candidate for election to the Council
His election as President will mean changes in foreign policy.
the presidential election campaign
local election results
an election victory/defeat
This is the British English definition of election. View American English definition of election.