Words nearby electoral
OTHER WORDS FROM electorale·lec·tor·al·ly, adverbpseu·do·e·lec·tor·al, adjective
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Still, ISS correctly points out that Democrats get more votes down South than electoral outcomes suggest.
They need Florida, arguably, at least in Electoral College terms.
According to Schumer, Obama and his administration had misinterpreted their 2008 electoral mandate.
Last week, a Republican state lawmaker introduced a bill that would change the way the state awards its 16 electoral votes.
You are a political party, and you want to secure the electoral majority.
In the duchy of Brunswick it was soon suffered to drop; but in the electoral dominions it never was introduced.
As soon as electoral reform was out of the way abolition became once more the dominant question in Brazilian politics.The South American Republics Part I of II|Thomas C. Dawson
So we are doing to-day; instead of altering our public economy, we demand an electoral reform.What is Property?|P. J. Proudhon
Your Electoral Grace is therefore humbly implored to make an allowance from the 400 rth.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume I (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
Calhoun was elected Vice-President by more than two thirds of the electoral vote.Union and Democracy|Allen Johnson