Top 33 Ballot Box Quotes

In this post, you will find great Ballot Box Quotes from famous people, such as Pritam Singh, Roy Cooper, Robert Caro, Kofi Annan, Mollie Hemingway. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

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How the PAP chooses to conduct its politics is something for the PAP to decide. The public are equally entitled to respond as they deem fitwithin the remit of the law – and at the ballot box.
I will always stand up to protect fair access to the ballot box.
In a democracy, supposedly we hold power by what we do at the ballot box, so therefore the more we know about political power the better our choices should be and the better, in theory, our democracy should be.
If citizens do not believe they can change their leaders through the ballot box, they will find other ways, even at the risk of destabilizing their countries.
Efforts to steal an election in 2000 or overturn one from 2016 should be met not with passive compliance but a righteous defense of the ballot box.
Districts are really different across the country, but the more that people on the progressive Left show power at the ballot box – and reclassify some of the ideas that we’ve called ‘progressive,’ but that are really mainstream ideas, like college for all – the better.
But say some, would you expose woman to the contact of rough, rude, drinking, swearing, fighting men at the ballot box? What a humiliating confession lies in this plea for keeping woman in the background!
There are ways to pursue political change. In a democracy, it’s through the ballot box. There are other ways, and many democracies have many different systems of democracy.
The time has come for justice at the ballot box, and justice in the courts, and justice in the legislative halls, and justice in the governor‘s office.
No one went to the ballot box to vote for something worse than the status quo.
The American public should simply accept no distractions. In our democracy, it is our duty to hold our elected leaders accountable. We do it at the ballot box.
If you take away people’s identity and their ability through the ballot box to determine their future, don’t be surprised if they turn to extremes or violence or anything else.
We love the ability of the people to influence the actions of decision-makers, of lawmakers and presidents to be removed from or elevated to office by the will of voters, and of the community to connect amongst diverse populations through the ballot box.
Americans resident in China inform us that the ballot box in their country is greatly abused for personal ends, and Chinese admirers of the American Republic have not minutely examined its defects.
The Catalan institutions and political parties have to be consistent, because they have the democratic legitimacy of the ballot box and they can’t pass certain responsibilities on to civil society.
Jordi Cuixart
American liberals have become addicted to the courtroom, relying on judges and lawyers rather than elected leaders and the ballot box, as the primary means of effecting their social agenda on everything from gay marriage to assisted suicide to the use of vouchers for private-school education.
We can have all the walkouts we want, but if we don’t walk to that ballot box and make our voices heard, these politicians aren’t going to listen.
Civil rights leaders, including my husband and Albert Turner, have fought long and hard to achieve free and unfettered access to the ballot box. Mr. Sessions has used the awesome power of his office to chill the free exercise of the vote by black citizens in the district he now seeks to serve as a federal judge.
Democratic candidates who run from President Obama in red states where he is unpopular are making a big mistake. Their holding Obama at arm‘s length deprives voters of a clear choice at the ballot box.
At the end of the day, European politicians face the ballot box, as do all of us politicians.
Democrats believe they can win at the ballot box by obstructing, and they would rather win the next election than move America forward.
The closer a Negro got to the ballot box, the more he looked like a rapist.
E. Franklin Frazier
I really don’t sit here and dream what life in the White House will be like. I just can’t go beyond the point when the people go to the ballot box with all that power.
If you have a government that is elected, they need to do the hard work – because if they don’t, they won‘t be around the next time the ballot box is open.
The beauty of our democracy lies in the American value of equality: if you vote, you have a seat at the table. If you speak, you have a chance to persuade others. A billionaire and a minimum wage earner have the same power at the ballot box.
My fear is of the message we put out to millions of voters is that if change is not initiated through the ballot box, then they may regard disappointment in that as a trigger to initiate other methods of change.
The formerly incarcerated – returning citizens – often face a cruel irony in America. Having paid their debt to society, too many are banned from the ballot box that could help them dismantle policies that essentially extend their sentences.
The ballot box and the voters and how they pay attention and the decisions they make are really what should define term limits.
Some Republicans support gay rights, but prefer progress through legislative action or majority rule at the ballot box, rather than judicial action.
I hope that folks that look like me, regardless candidly of their political affiliation, not only look at me and say that, you know, I want to vote for him at the ballot box, but also make the decision that perhaps they want to put their name up for public service and for public office.
When you represent the state of Washington, we have a tradition of deciding social issues by vote. Washington State passed abortion rights before Roe v. Wade and affirmed it at the ballot box later.
Michael Baumgartner
Is it average Joes like ourselves who go to the ballot

Is it average Joes like ourselves who go to the ballot box and truly decide who are going to be the leaders, not only of their party – of their government – at the local, at the state, at the federal level? Is that really who’s still in charge?
The South resented giving the Afro-American his freedom, the ballot box and the Civil Rights Law.