In fact, young people are the only age group among whom turnout increased in 2008.
The conventional wisdom in Virginia is the higher the turnout, the better Democrats do.
I would think Clinton, if she were the nominee, could beat Christie there with a large enough “on-year” turnout.
Soros and his fellow Democratic heavyweights sunk millions into ACT, funding anti-Bush advertising and turnout efforts.
What hammered Coakley in her race against Brown was the fact that turnout was so low in places like Fall River, where she won.
As quickly as he could, he gained the front seat of the turnout and took the reins from the Englishman's hands.
The horses and the turnout were taken around to the stables.
See what a turnout the Yankee 'schulemarm' has worried out of father!'
In fact I do not know of a single bachelor who has such a turnout.
Then the turnout came into view, loaded with freshly-cut cord wood, and drawn by a pair of bony, white horses.
To be able to turn around in a very short radius: That car corners very sweetly, and turns on a dime (1970s+)