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  1. disenfranchiseverb



  2. disenfranchiseverb

    to deprive someone of a franchise, generally their right to vote



Princeton's WordNet5.0 / 2 votes

  1. disenfranchise, disfranchiseverb

    deprive of voting rights



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  1. Ken Paxton:

    I applaud the Supreme Court for following the law and refusing to order mail-in balloting that the Texas Legislature has forbidden. Universal mail-in ballots, which are notoriously vulnerable to fraud, would only lead to greater election fraud and disenfranchise lawful voters, state election officials have many options available to safely and securely hold elections without risking widespread fraud. My office will continue to fight for safe, free and fair elections.

  2. State Nellie Gorbea:

    Last week, in my testimony to the Board of Elections, I recommended that the Board of Elections and I co-chair a diverse statewide task force that can help broker solutions ensuring we do not unintentionally disenfranchise any portion of our electorate, my office will work proactively and collaboratively with the Board of Elections and local boards of canvassers to hold a fair and secure election on June 2.

  3. Chuck Schumer:

    Instead of doing what you should be doing when you lose an election in a democracy, attempting to win over those voters in the next election, Republicans instead are trying to disenfranchise those voters, shame on them.

  4. Millan Patterson:

    This decision rightfully stops the Democrats petty politics and their efforts to disenfranchise millions of California voters and suppress Republican voter turnout.

  5. Marc Elias:

    We sued again when Wisconsin failed to hold special elections. If the GOP thinks they can disenfranchise voters by cutting early voting without a fight, they are wrong.

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  • odebrat, hlasovací, právoCzech
  • riistää äänioikeusFinnish
  • лишать права голосаRussian

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