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    unepomme is offline Junior Member
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    I'm not sure of the meaning of 'ticket' in the following context.


    Would having both Obama and Hillary on the same ticket strengthen, or weaken the Democratic ticket?

    I've found one definition of ticket:
    a list of the people supported by a particular political party in an election

    Even so, I don't clearly understand the sentece.

    Thank you in advance

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    Meaning: a list of the people supported by a particular political party in an election

    Example: He ran for governor on the Republican ticket.

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