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Definition of: elector

(i·lektər) noun
1. One who elects; a person qualified to vote at an election.
2. U.S. A presidential elector.
3. One of the great princes who formerly (12th to 18th century) had the right of electing the Holy Roman Emperor.
—presidential electors
The persons chosen by the several States and the District of Columbia to elect the president and vice president of the United States. The District of Columbia has three electors; each State sends a number equal to its total of senators and representatives.

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