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elector

noun elec·tor \i-ˈlek-tər, -ˌtr\

: a member of the Electoral College in the U.S.

: someone who can vote in an election

Full Definition of ELECTOR

1
:  one qualified to vote in an election
2
:  one entitled to participate in an election: as
a :  any of the German princes entitled to take part in choosing the Holy Roman Emperor
b :  a member of the electoral college in the U.S.

First Known Use of ELECTOR

15th century

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