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    vote off or vote out?

    Is there a difference in the use of vote out and vote off? Is one considered proper.
    She was voted out of the club.
    She was voted off of the board.

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    Re: vote off or vote out?

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    Is there a difference in the use of vote out and vote off? Is one considered proper.
    She was voted out of the club.
    She was voted off of the board.
    I have no idea if there is a "rule" for this, but it is voted off the board, not off of.

    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: vote off or vote out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is there a difference in the use of vote out and vote off? Is one considered proper.
    She was voted out of the club.
    She was voted off the board.
    Which word(s) you use depends on the noun that follows.
    He was voted out of office.
    He was voted off the show.

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