Definition of suffrage:
beauty contest, ballot, campaign, participate, electioneering, election, franchise, elect, say, enfranchisement, balloting, by-election, voice, advance poll, right to vote, direct elections, say-so, vote, voter turnout, voting, chad, disenfranchise.
voice (part of speech: verb)
- the right to vote
- "Moonbeams From the Larger Lunacy", Stephen Leacock.
- "Mr. Hogarth's Will", Catherine Helen Spence.
In this view of the matter universal suffrage is not a measure for strengthening the State by bringing to its support the aid and affection of all classes, but it is a new burden, and, in fact, a peril.- "What Social Classes Owe to Each Other", William Graham Sumner.