Electorship

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elector (ɪˈlɛktə)
 
n
1.  someone who is eligible to vote in the election of a government
2.  (often capital) a member of the US electoral college
3.  (often capital) (in the Holy Roman Empire) any of the German princes entitled to take part in the election of a new emperor
 
e'lectorship
 
n

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