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Erwählung {f}Femininum (die) Election
Wahl {f}Femininum (die) [pol. etc.] (eines Kandidaten, einer Partei etc.) election
Wahl für die dritte Amtsperiode election for the third term
Wahlbeobachter {m}Maskulinum (der) [-special_topic_pol.-] election watchdog [-special_topic_pol.-]
Wahlbüro {n}Neutrum (das) election office
Wahlergebnis {n}Neutrum (das) election results
Wahlergebnisse {pl}Plural (die) election results
Wahlfeldzug {m}Maskulinum (der) [pol.] election campaign
Wahlfeldzüge {pl}Plural (die) election campaigns
Wahlgeschenk {n}Neutrum (das) [-special_topic_pol.-] election gift [-special_topic_pol.-]
Wahljahr {n}Neutrum (das) [pol.] election year
Wahlkampf {m}Maskulinum (der) election campaign
Wahlrede {f}Femininum (die) election speech
Wahlreden {pl}Plural (die) election speeches
Wahlversammlung {f}Femininum (die) election meeting
Wahlversammlungen {pl}Plural (die) election meetings
Wahldebakel {n}Neutrum (das) (pol.) election debacle
Wahlsonntag {m}Maskulinum (der) election Sunday
Wahlanalyse {f}Femininum (die) [pol.] election analysis
Wahlanalytiker {m}Maskulinum (der) election analyst
Wahlanalytikerin {f}Femininum (die) (female) election analyst
Wahlkampfspot {m}Maskulinum (der) election ad

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On the death of Pius III, in 1503, Machiavelli was sent to Rome to watch the election of his successor, and there he saw Cesare Borgia cheated into allowing the choice of the College to fall on Giuliano delle Rovere (Julius II), who was one of the cardinals that had most reason to fear the duke.
Only can he be blamed for the election of Julius the Second, in whom he made a bad choice, because, as is said, not being able to elect a Pope to his own mind, he could have hindered any other from being elected Pope; and he ought never to have consented to the election of any cardinal whom he had injured or who had cause to fear him if they became pontiffs.
I take it that this part of the bill must have run something like this: “Grand Contested Election for the Presidency of the United States.
In an Aristocracy, when any of the Assembly dyeth, the election of another into his room belongeth to the Assembly, as the Soveraign, to whom belongeth the choosing of all Counsellours, and Officers.
And though the Soveraign assembly, may give Power to others, to elect new men, for supply of their Court; yet it is still by their Authority, that the Election is made; and by the same it may (when the publique shall require it) be recalled.
For the death of him that hath the Soveraign power in propriety, leaves the Multitude without any Soveraign at all; that is, without any Representative in whom they should be united, and be capable of doing any one action at all: And therefore they are incapable of Election of any new Monarch; every man having equall right to submit himselfe to such as he thinks best able to protect him, or if he can, protect himselfe by his owne sword; which is a returne to Confusion, and to the condition of a War of every man against every man, contrary to the end for which Monarchy had its first Institution.
And therefore a Fundamentall Law is that, by which Subjects are bound to uphold whatsoever power is given to the Soveraign, whether a Monarch, or a Soveraign Assembly, without which the Common-wealth cannot stand, such as is the power of War and Peace, of Judicature, of Election of Officers, and of doing whatsoever he shall think necessary for the Publique good.
For the Book of Genesis, deriveth the Genealogy of Gods people, from the creation of the World, to the going into Egypt: the other four Books of Moses, contain the Election of God for their King, and the Laws which hee prescribed for their Government: The Books of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and Samuel, to the time of Saul, describe the acts of Gods people, till the time they cast off Gods yoke, and called for a King, after the manner of their neighbour nations; The rest of the History of the Old Testament, derives the succession of the line of David, to the Captivity, out of which line was to spring the restorer of the Kingdome of God, even our blessed Saviour God the Son, whose coming was foretold in the Bookes of the Prophets, after whom the Evangelists writt his life, and actions, and his claim to the Kingdome, whilst he lived one earth: and lastly, the Acts, and Epistles of the Apostles, declare the coming of God, the Holy Ghost, and the Authority he left with them, and their successors, for the direction of the Jews, and for the invitation of the Gentiles.
I will cause you to passe under the rod, and I will bring you into the bond of the Covenant;" that is, I will reign over you, and make you to stand to that Covenant which you made with me by Moses, and brake in your rebellion against me in the days of Samuel, and in your election of another King.
The Kingdome therefore of God, is a reall, not a metaphoricall Kingdome; and so taken, not onely in the Old Testament, but the New; when we say, "For thine is the Kingdome, the Power, and Glory," it is to be understood of Gods Kingdome, by force of our Covenant, not by the Right of Gods Power; for such a Kingdome God alwaies hath; so that it were superfluous to say in our prayer, "Thy Kingdome come," unlesse it be meant of the Restauration of that Kingdome of God by Christ, which by revolt of the Israelites had been interrupted in the election of Saul.

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