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Since congressional apportionment determines the number of a state’s electors—one for each representative and senator in Congress—limiting Southern representation in Congress limited their representation in the Electoral College.
In its ordinances levying the 3/4-cent sales tax in the districts, the Parish Council said state law does not require an election when there are no electors living in such a district.
In 1996, the trustees proposed and the electors passed the township’s only road levy - a 1-mill levy which generates approximately $500,000 per year.
Those electors are almost certain to include Maduro’s wife and son.
Over the course of two days, the defendant repeatedly and unlawfully voted in the mayoral election, against the wishes of the legitimate electors.
Paterson said in the letter that the school board has the power to submit to the school electors of the school district a question of that nature.
Wesoky confirmed that other electors had been interviewed as a part of the investigation.
Of the ten states with the highest percentage of population on disability, nine went for Trump and the tenth, Maine, split its electors between Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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Definition of elector for English Language Learners
: a member of the Electoral College in the U.S.
: someone who can vote in an election
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