Runoff in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Runoff

an extra election or contest used to decide a winner when the first event failed to result in a clear victor

Examples of Runoff in a sentence

Since the vote was too close to count between two of the candidates, there will be a runoff next month. πŸ”Š

A runoff is held when a winner can’t be decided after the first competition. πŸ”Š

Because the results of the balloting were extremely close, the losing candidate petitioned for a runoff. πŸ”Š

We won’t know who our mayor is until the two candidates with the largest number of votes participate in the runoff. πŸ”Š

If none of the political candidates obtain at least fifty percent of the votes, there will be a runoff. πŸ”Š

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