[ih-lek-ter] /ɪˈlɛk tər/
a person who or may , especially a qualified voter.
a member of the of the U.S.
(usually initial capital letter) one of the German princes entitled to the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
someone who is eligible to vote in the election of a government
(often capital) a member of the US electoral college
(often capital) (in the Holy Roman Empire) any of the German princes entitled to take part in the election of a new emperor
mid-15c., from Latin elector “chooser, selecter,” agent noun from past participle stem of eligere (see election).
[ih-lek-ter-uh l] /ɪˈlɛk tər əl/ adjective 1. pertaining to or . 2. consisting of . /ɪˈlɛktərəl/ adjective 1. relating to or consisting of electors adj. 1670s, in reference to Germany, from elector + -al (1). In general sense from 1790. Related: Electorally.
noun, (often initial capital letters) 1. a body of electors chosen by the voters in each state to elect the president and vice president of the U.S. noun 1. (often capitals) (US) a body of electors chosen by the voters who formally elect the president and vice president 2. any body of electors with similar […]
- Electoral district
noun in the UK, an area of a given size or population that is used as the basic unit of parliamentary election voting Examples Deliberate altering of electoral district boundaries for political gain is known as gerry-mandering.
noun 1. the vote cast in the electoral college of the U.S. by the representatives of each state in a presidential election. noun the tally of the number state-appointed party-affiliated electors for the US presidential candidate who has won a majority of the popular vote in that state, e.g. the number of Republican electors is […]