in the UK, an area of a given size or population that is used as the basic unit of parliamentary election voting
Deliberate altering of electoral district boundaries for political gain is known as gerry-mandering.
The woman began shuffling through the register for the 36th electoral district in Queens.
Mike checked in at the 10th electoral district, got his ballot, made marks next to his choices and fed it into the scanner.
His father, mother, and sister signed in at the table for the 77th electoral district of the 44th assembly district.
Longford is also an electoral district, for which Joseph Archer, Esq., is the first member.
The name is now given to an electoral district of the province of Saskatchewan.
New Norfolk is also an electoral district, for which M. Fenton, Esq., is the first member.
Residence in the electoral district for six months prior to registration is coupled with the last two alternative qualifications.
Brighton is also an electoral district, for which John Walker, Esq., is the first member.
In each case the ratio is one member for every 130,000 electors, and the electoral district is the city or prefecture.
Each “commando” was formed from the burghers of military age of an electoral district.