vote (someone)
 v.— «In Dougherty’s case, authorities allege, the candidate took it a step further by also assisting the voters in casting their ballots. Many people told a state police investigator that they “were voted” by the candidate. “It’s a new phrase that I am still trying to find a definition for—‘He voted me,’” Branscom said.» —“State charges former mayor with vote fraud” by Laurence Hammack Roanoke Times (Va.) Aug. 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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