the ballot used for an absentee vote.
Here in Jerusalem, I registered for an absentee ballot with a lovely Orthodox woman under a banner reading “I Vote Israel.”
Hiring the Next Chief Rabbi Raphael Magarik October 4, 2012
On an absentee ballot mailed from Camp War Eagle, I voted John Kerry for president in 2004.
A Veteran Sees Echoes of Iraq and Argues Against Intervention in Syria Brian Van Reet September 8, 2013
Van Flein, who is also the Palin family lawyer, is observing the absentee ballot counting for the Miller camp.
Alaska GOP Civil War Shushannah Walshe August 26, 2010
In case they fail to secure it in time, they are helping him get an absentee ballot.
Tampa Protestors Decry Voter Fraud Laws Passed in Florida and Other States Lynn Waddell August 28, 2012
In Stark County, the total number of early votes cast by absentee ballot and in person is up from 2008 for Democrats.
Nightmare Scenario—Ohio’s Provisional Ballots May Be 2012’s Hanging Chads John Avlon November 5, 2012
The ground game in Iowa has traditionally revolved around an absentee ballot program.
Fight Over the Ground Game in Iowa Could Swing the Senate Ben Jacobs August 12, 2014
- Absentee landlord
a landlord who owns but is not resident in a property. Historical Examples It is supplied by a corporation magnate removed from his audience in location, fortune, interest, and mood: an absentee landlord. The Art Of The Moving Picture Vachel Lindsay The evils of the absentee landlord are not confined to Ireland. The Leaven in […]
- Absentee vote
a vote cast by a person who, because of absence from usual voting district, illness, or the like, has been permitted to vote by mail.
frequent or habitual from work, school, etc.: rising absenteeism in the industry. the practice of being an . Contemporary Examples Plus, studies have shown that, by meeting nursing women’s needs, employers can lower rates of absenteeism and turnover. How Breast Pumps Became a Political Issue Danielle Friedman February 18, 2011 Historical Examples Are we to […]
a person who is , especially from work or school. a person who himself or herself, as a landowner who does not live on certain property owned or a voter who is permitted to cast a ballot by mail. Contemporary Examples “We have a pretty good lead, but who knows where the absentees are going […]
- In absentia
in the absence of the person involved: He was sentenced in absentia by the court. adverb in the absence of (someone indicated): he was condemned in absentia Latin, literally “in (his/her/their) absence” (see absence). While not present, as in He was tried and convicted in absentia, or He was awarded his degree in absentia. This […]