2. Adjective. Before an election. ¹
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Definition of Preelection
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Literary usage of Preelection
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1. Samuel F.B. Morse: His Letters and Journals by Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Edward Lind Morse (1914)
"Introduces McClellan at preelection parade. — Lincoln reelected.— Anxiety •s to future of country. — Unsuccessful effort to take up art again. ..."
2. American Government for Use in Secondary Schools by Roscoe Lewis Ashley (1910)
"preelection Requirements. — In one half of the States all electors who wish to vote ... preelection ..."
3. American Government by Roscoe Lewis Ashley (1913)
"preelection Requirements. — In one half of the States all electors who wish to vote must register their names before election, showing "where they reside ..."