Noun(1) a citizen who has a legal right to vote(2) any of the German princes who were entitled to vote in the election of new emperor of the Holy Roman Empire
(1) William at first could only defend, but after he rebuilt the Netherlands army and allied with the Holy Roman Emperor and the elector of Brandenburg, the provinces were recovered.(2) Until 1882, the way an elector voted was recorded in a register that anyone could see.(3) ├ö├ç├┐The second ballot would contain party lists of candidates, and the elector would vote for the party of their choice,├ö├ç├û he said.(4) Accordingly, in 1698 the two rulers rapidly agreed that they would support the candidacy for the Spanish throne of the young grandson of the emperor who was elector of Bavaria.(5) Each elector has two votes, one for a constituency member and one for the party of his or her choice.(6) The Nationalist government conducted a state referendum in 1933, in which the electors voted two to one in favour of separating from the Commonwealth.(7) Every person who is an Irish citizen and is included in the 2002/2003 register of electors is entitled to vote at the referendum.(8) Under the proportional system, electors get two votes, one for the electorate MP and one for their party preference.(9) The Archbishop lost control of the city in 1288, but retained the right to crown German kings and was acknowledged as one of the seven imperial electors by the Emperor Charles IV in 1356.(10) The agreement came too late to free Prussia to pursue all she wanted with her full strength in Poland, but it left the Rhenish princes and electors at the Republic's mercy.(11) He escaped and hastened back to Vienna, declared his electorship to be forfeited, and proposed the duke of Bavaria to be chosen elector.(12) One is that the Florida legislature, Republican dominated, would have selected the Bush electors to vote in the Electoral College.(13) The Constitution requires that all electors vote on the same day, and this has always been done.(14) This tie came about because all the Republican electors dutifully cast their votes for Jefferson and Burr, the two candidates endorsed by their party caucus.(15) It's the reason the Florida legislature could contemplate sending its own set of electors to Congress if it had lost in the Supreme Court.(16) A narrow majority of English electors voted Conservative at the recent election, only to see Labour reinstalled in government.
(1) elector :: etholwr
1. voter ::
3. constituent ::
Different Formselector, electoral, electorate, electorates, electors
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