Examples of Electorate in a sentence
Any person who is a member of a department of the staff of Parliament referred to in, or an electorate officer within the meaning of, the Parliamentary and Electorate Staff (Employment) Act 1992.
President of the Legislative Council, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, President of the Legislative Council and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly acting jointly under the Parliamentary and Electorate Staff (Employment) Act 199223A.
Depending on the circumstances and faculty personnel involved this may range from a paperwork exercise, to a full course Accreditation.
The employer recognises that, under the union’s rules, union representatives are members of an Electorate Delegates Committee representing members within a union electorate.
The organization, controlled by the secretary of a parliamentary political party, that is concerned with dealing with the affairs of the party, even if it includes an electorate officer appointed under the Parliamentary and Electorate Staff (Employment) Act 1992 to assist the secretary.