Elector definition

Elector means an individual qualified to vote under state law.
Elector means an individual qualified to vote under section 2, Article II, Oregon Consti-

Examples of Elector in a sentence

  • In the introduction of this paper we described how Elector Frederick Augustus of Saxony used modularity to maintain a monopoly on European porcelain.13 Ironically, Augustus could not rely on law—his law—to enforce intellectual property rights: a defector had only to ride as far as the nearest border (a relatively short distance) to escape his jurisdiction.

  • The function of the fly ash handling system is to collect, store and transport fly ash from the outlet of the Elector Static Precipitator (ESP) and duct hoppers to the fly ash silos.

  • He could not stay long in London because ofsudden deaths of both his mentor – Boineburg (De- cember 1672) and the Elector of Mainz (February 1672).

  • Persuaded by Boineburg, he accepted an ap- pointment as an Assistant to the Legal Adviser of the Elector of Mainz.

  • After leaving Nuremberg, he accidentally came in contact with Baron Johan Christian Von Boineburg, the former Chief Minister of the Elector of Mainz.


More Definitions of Elector

Elector means a person whose name appears on the voterslist, as amended up until the close of voting on voting day, for the last regular election preceding the coming into force of a by-law under subsection (1) or the repeal of a by-law under subsection (6), as the case may be; (“électeur”)
Elector means an individual qualified to vote under section 2, Article II of the Oregon
Elector means an individual quali- fied to vote under section 2, Article II, Ore- gon Constitution.
Elector means a person who:
Elector means a qualified voter residing within the town or a qualified voter who has owned in fee simple lands within the town for a period of six (6) months preceding an election.
Elector means a person: