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Elector An elector can be anyone who has a vote ... Generally, any voter can be called an elector; collectively such electors may comprise an electorate ... used in American English, whereas the term "elector" is commonly used in Australian English. The ...
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Elector   (translated from German)
Elector Elector, and/or. one Choice woman, is into ... of the Electoral college (on German sometimes: Elector committee). Table of contents Choice of the ... candidate, that the absolute majority of the elector voices on itself unites (thus again Mehrheitswahlrecht ... college at least 270 of the 538 elector voices necessarily. Also a candidate, would ...
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Elector   (translated from Russian)
Elector Elector (Ger. Kurfuerst - selecting prince, tracing paper of armor. princeps elector imperii) - in The Roman Empire — knyaz ... from yeshch' g. is attached status of elector to seven knyazyami of empire - (by the ...
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Prince-elector The prince-electors or electoral princes of ... three aforementioned are also known as the Elector Palatine, the Elector of Saxony, and the Elector of Brandenburg, respectively.) Other electors, added in ... until the 17th century. In 1621, the Elector Palatine, Frederick V, came under the ...
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Faithless elector
Faithless elector A faithless elector is a member of the United States ... because the original candidate died before the elector was able to cast a vote. Two ... The remaining 85 were changed by the elector's personal interest or perhaps by accident ... changed their vote together. Still, no faithless elector has ever changed the outcome of ...
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Unpledged Elector
Unpledged Elector The Unpledged Elector is an option used for Presidential elections ... in the United States of America. The elector isn't pledged to a specific candidate ... counties). The only times that the Unpledged elector slate has won a state were in ...
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Electing prince   (translated from Spanish)
Electing prince In Sacred Romano-Germa'nico Empire, píncipes electing, or píncipes electoral, (In German Kurfürst), they were the members of the electoral school that had the fución to choose the emperors of Alemania . During, and after century in fact XV they were limited solely to formalize what was, in fact ...
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Talk:Prince-elector This is a horrible title, but I ... trouble thinking of a better one -- Imperial Elector? Electors of the Holy Roman Empire? An ... the actual siuation? PML. I also like "Elector of the Holy Roman Empire" better than ... What about the adjectival Holy Roman Imperial Elector? -- Lord Emsworth 02:47, Dec 20, 2003 ... Electoral Prince" as an equivalent to "Prince-Elector"? My understanding was that the former ...
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Talk:Faithless elector
Talk:Faithless elector Suggested alterations Comment. This is an excellent ... Presidential Electors in Illinois reported that one Elector attempted to vote for Geraldine Ferraro for ... took a second vote, and the offending Elector voted for Bush as expected. 2) In ... Parks therefore was not exactly a faithless Elector. NYT 12/14/1948. 3) In 1912 ... because the original candidate died before the elector was able to cast a vote. ...
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Elector of Brandenburg
Elector of Brandenburg The Margrave of Brandenburg was ...
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