runoff

All Noun
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  • A primary election process is also used as a two round runoff voting system.
  • A runoff election would have been necessary, but never took place.
  • The latter won the runoff election and remains the county seat.
  • Once the results of the first round are known, the runoff election must be held within fifteen days.
  • Therefore, per Georgia law he was forced into a primary runoff election.
  • The town was also built in the path of normal water runoff.
  • Its flow ranges from in late summer of dry years to during spring runoff.
  • Since no one gained a majority, there was a runoff between the two former colleagues.
  • A runoff election --if necessary-- takes place on the fourth Sunday following the election.
  • Since neither candidate earned the required majority of votes, the election led to a primary runoff election.
  • It will usually be less because some water will be lost due to percolation or surface runoff.
  • In some states, runoffs are held if no candidate wins a majority.
  • The question was whether his opponent in the runoff would be someone who could beat him.
  • He placed third in the jungle primary and did not make the November runoff.
  • Trees and other plants help to control surface runoff.
  • If no candidate receives a majority, a runoff is held between the top two candidates.
  • We had a runoff and I lost by two hundred votes - to a machine candidate.
  • A runoff election is held if no candidate secures a majority in the first round.
  • He finished a close third, thus failing to make the runoff.
  • However, most existing lots have limited or no facilities to control runoff.
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Meaning of runoff

  • noun A final election to resolve an earlier election that did not produce a winner