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Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett competed against 150 electors in the rarely deployed category—Chief Rabbi for a Decade.

There's only one good candidate for chief rabbi, even if none of the 150 electors will make this choice: No one.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this article said, "Among the electors are exactly two women."

Federal law set December 12th as the deadline for states to appoint their electors.

Another question is whether the electors would have counted the overvote the same way that the consortium did.

For the first time since 1872, the Republican set of electors in Virginia was chosen by a majority of the Virginia voters.

In regard to the qualification of electors, he said it had been determined not to adhere to the parliamentary franchise.

Mr. Shaw further proposed that Sir Robert Peel's mode of estimating the qualification of electors should be adopted.

What has become of all the heirs of the starved electors, if they were really starved?

The anger caused by the issue of the struggle with the Middlesex electors found voice in petitions to the throne.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to electors, such as: county, district, electorate, faction, nation, and precinct.

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