elector

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Singular
elector

Plural
electors

  1. An elector is someone that can vote in an election.
    The elections are coming soon, please do not forget to register yourself as an elector.
  2. In the history of Germany an elector was a prince or archbishop who had the right to vote for the emperor who ruled over the Holy Roman Empire.
    The Archbishop of Mainz was an elector in 1340.
  3. In the United States, an elector is a delegate who has the right to vote in the U.S. Electoral College for the President of the United States.
    Bob was an elector in the last presidential election.