The popular vote, which is symbolically and politically important but not decisive in the race, remains too close to call.
What does TCTC stand for?
TCTC stands for Too Close to Call
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We have 68 other meanings of TCTC in our Acronym Attic
- Tri-County Tennis Association
- Two's Company, Three's Allowed (radio show)
- Tennis Club Tergnier-Beautor (French tennis club)
- Too Cruel To Be Kind
- Tennant Creek Town Council (Australia)
- Tennessee Christian Teen Convention
- The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant (Stephen R. Donaldson books)
- The Clinical Trial Company
- The Cooper Temple Clause (band)
- Thelema Coast to Coast
- Total Cost to Company
- TRADOC Commanders Training Conference (US Army)
- Trans-City Transport Company (Ibadan, Nigeria)
- Transit Case Technical Control
- Transportation Corps Technical Committee
- Tri-County Technical College (South Carolina)
- Tri-County Telephone Company (New Richmond, Indiana)
- Twin Cities Tandem Club (Minnesota)
- Two Channel Transform Coder
- The Canadian Testicular Cancer Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: Voting in the Labour leadership election has closed with the contest thought to be too close to call.
In a race seen as too close to call, Prime Minister Naoto Kan, a veteran backroom fixer and the biggest faction boss in their Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on the recount in the Minnesota Senate race: “As the Minnesota Canvassing Board rightfully recognized today, the race is too close to call and today’s canvass is just one step in a process to ensure every Minnesotan’s vote is counted.
Very quickly, the networks called Kentucky for Clinton, the first time since 1976 a Democrat had carried the state, while they deemed Indiana too close to call – another telling development, since the state hadn’t voted for a Democrat since 1964 and was home to Dan Quayle, Bush’s vice president.
Indiana is too close to call but Obama is expected to take North Carolina, held the same day.
I think that one is still too close to call," Villaraigosa said.
The matter will be decided in Paris today, with a Sunday newspaper saying the company believed the result was too close to call.