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Correct spelling: voting

Definition of voting:

  1. Act of expressing the mind, will, or preference by vote or suffrage. Voting paper, a paper on which an elector gives his vote.

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Google Ngram Viewer results for voting:

This graph shows how "voting" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for voting:

  1. In a company where the ultimate power to decide had been vested since 1612 in a general assembly of the adventurers voting by head rather than by share, the discontent of the lesser adventurers could become under the guidance of an effective leader a very potent force. – The Virginia Company Of London, 1606-1624 by Wesley Frank Craven
  2. Since voting in the Virginia courts, as in those of other companies at the time, was by head rather than by share, this provision of the charter can be interpreted only as an attempt by the great men of the company to encourage a renewed interest on the part of the general body of adventurers by enlarging their influence on the conduct of the company's affairs. – The Virginia Company Of London, 1606-1624 by Wesley Frank Craven
  3. They sought to take possession of the state by voting but the state was an instrument of force, and would use force to carry out its will. – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair

Quotes for voting:

  1. It's a complicated set of opinions that women bring to the voting booth.
  2. We are scheduled to meet this year fewer days than any Congress since at least 1948. And that is even before I was born. So far, we are in the 123rd day of this year, and yet we have only had 26 voting days in this body. That is a shame.
  3. I'm voting for Gore because the other is unthinkable. Which most of us will probably do. I hope all of us. I've always liked Ralph Nader and would like to see a real third party, but the thought of George Bush as president is unthinkable.
  4. It is a sign of the times that the absence of meaningful ID requirements in many states leaves our voting process vulnerable to fraud and allows legal votes to be cancelled out by illegally cast ballots.
  5. We have no basis for having a recall of any particular type of voting equipment because there are no standards. And when we do have standards, even these standards are required to be voluntary.