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I have won elections and I have lost elections.
– Hillary Clinton
Congressional dysfunction is the logical result of closed primaries, too many gerrymandered one-party seats, and low-turnout elections.
– John Delaney
Donors don’t win elections; voters win elections.
– Jeff Sessions
I’ve been in a lot of elections.
– Arlen Specter
I am constitutionally competent to contest the elections.
– Benazir Bhutto
What’s the point of elections if everything is already decided?
– Dmitry Medvedev
Tony Blair – good thing there are not parliamentary elections in this country.
– Gwen Ifill
I’m not afraid of elections. I’ve won every election I’ve fought in.
– Ehud Barak
Democrats tend to think of elections as cycles. Republicans don’t: It’s ongoing and constant.
– Dannel Malloy
Midterm elections can be dreadfully boring, unfortunately.
– Nate Silver
They appear to have had a higher voter turnout in Iraq than we did in our recent federal elections, and we didn’t have terrorists threatening to kill our families if we voted.
– Conrad Burns
Idealism loses to pragmatism when it comes to winning elections.
– Danny Strong
A page is turning for me. I won’t be candidate in legislative elections, nor in any elections to come.
– Nicolas Sarkozy
We’ve got 50 percent voter turnout for presidential elections. That’s appalling. We can do so much better.
– Joan Blades
I understand personally that it is frustrating to lose presidential elections by narrow margins.
– James Baker
Elections are about choices.
– Ken Cuccinelli
Herbert Hoover versus Al Smith in 1928 was one of the dirtiest elections in American history.
– Joseph Cummins
Elections have consequences.
– Judd Gregg
Elections aren’t just about who votes but who doesn’t vote.
– Michelle Obama
Elections are rarely perfect.
– Richard Holbrooke
Not surprisingly, in most Sunni regions there has little appetite for free U.S.-sponsored elections.
– Richard Engel
Taiwan is a budding democracy, and the people have participated in multi-party democratic elections since 1996.
– Todd Akin
Elections are about choosing sides, but inaugurations are about closing ranks.
– Ted Kulongoski
Midterm elections for first-term presidents are notoriously difficult.
– Tim Kaine