Associations to the word «Electoral»
ELECTORAL, adjective. Of, or relating to elections
ELECTORAL, adjective. Composed of electors
ELECTORAL COLLEGE, noun. (politics) A body of electors empowered to elect someone to a particular office.
ELECTORAL COLLEGE, noun. Alternative letter-case form of Electoral College.
ELECTORAL COLLEGE, proper noun. Alternative letter-case form of electoral college.
ELECTORAL COLLEGE, proper noun. (US) (politics) An electoral college chosen, within a state, to formally cast that state's votes for the president and vice president of the United States.
ELECTORAL COLLEGE, proper noun. (US) (politics) (informal) All of the United States' electoral colleges, considered as one body.
ELECTORAL COLLEGES, noun. Plural of electoral college
ELECTORAL COLLEGES, noun. Plural of Electoral College
ELECTORAL DISTRICT, noun. (politics) A district represented by one or more elected officials.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS, noun. Plural of electoral district
ELECTORAL FRAUD, noun. (politics) Illegal interference with the process of an election, especially with the intent to stage a desired election outcome.
ELECTORAL PALATINATE, proper noun. (geography) (historical) Alternative term for County Palatinate of the Rhine, during the period when its count palatinate was an elector of the Holy Roman Empire (1356–1803).
ELECTORAL REGISTER, noun. (British) A list of all those people who are registered to vote in a particular locality
ELECTORAL REGISTERS, noun. Plural of electoral register
ELECTORAL ROLL, noun. An electoral register
ELECTORAL SYSTEM, noun. A voting system.
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS, noun. Plural of electoral system
ELECTORAL, adjective. Of or relating to elections; "electoral process".
ELECTORAL, adjective. Relating to or composed of electors; "electoral college".
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