|(having a) good chance of being elected (winning) (in an election)||当選圏内 [とうせんけんない]|
|(Japanese) electoral system allowing for the election of from 3 to 5 candidates from one district||中選挙区制 [ちゅうせんきょくせい]|
|any of the 83 new LDP members of parliament elected in the Sept. 2005 general election||小泉チルドレン [こいずみチルドレン]|
|appointed to serve until next general election||次期総選挙までの任 期で指名された|
|base support (e.g. for a party in an election), substrate, load bearing layer, supporting layer||支持層 [しじそう]|
|by-election, interim election||中間選挙 [ちゅうかんせんきょ]|
|bye-election, by-election||補選 [ほせん]|
|call an election||選挙を求める|
|candidates (in an election) who have won or are projected to be elected||当選当確 [とうせんとうかく]|
|carry an election||選挙を実施する|
|certificate of election||選挙証書|
|certification of election||選挙認証|
|certification of official election results||公式選挙結果の認証|
|certified election results||選挙結果証明|
|changes in election procedures||選挙手順の変更|
|chief election officer||主任選挙幹部|
|chief state election officer||州選挙管理長官|
|city election code||市の選挙コード|
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