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    election

    hi there,
    People should not vote at an election knowing that he is not entitled to do so.

    How about 'in the election'? Why 'at' is used here?

    pete

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    Re: election

    The sentence is a bit of a mess. It also uses the plural 'people' and the singular pronoun 'he'.

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