ballot box

noun
1.
a receptacle for voters' ballots.
2.
a system or instance of voting by ballot.

Origin:
1670–80

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ballot box
 
n
a box into which ballot papers are dropped after voting

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Example sentences
One measure of how the nation might be willing to tackle the smart-growth
  agenda is the ballot box.
But their reach has not extended into the ballot box.
Voters can mail in their printed ballot, or place it in a designated ballot box.
So, if want changed it will have to be done at the ballot box.
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