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elect

1. voted into office but not yet installed
2. Christianity
a. selected or predestined by God to receive salvation; chosen
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the elect
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Kenya Women Holding says the trust fund specifically seeks to, among other things, address the relationship between community engagement and women's electability, low profiling and visibility as well association with specific community "responsive" projects.
For those of us who always worried about Jeremy Corbyn's electability, it is time to stand up and say that we got some of that wrong.
electability, stand got "So let's be grownup enough to admit that, and then we can all just get on with sorting it out.
Begin Text) We assess with high confidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election, the consistent goals of which were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency.
Anna Turley has had the temerity to challenge the Corbyn myth of electability and the courage, despite abuse and back stabbing, to stand up for what she thinks is right.
What they are doing is essentially slandering ordinary people simply because of the job that they choose to do, potentially harming their future job prospects by publicising deliberately distorted and misleading representations of them to try to reduce Ukip's electability.
Leveraging the consumer edition of SAP Mobile Platform, Reuters has developed the White House Run app to let voters simulate the candidate experience using predictive analytics and Reuters polling data to help people understand the electability of different political personas and compare results with their friends.
The issue of the importance of a candidate's electability has been hotly discussed in the 2016 presidential election campaign, as establishment candidates who were widely perceived as the inevitable party nominees have been formidably challenged by political outsiders or politicians who operate mainly outside the party establishment.
We use prediction market data from Betfair, the world's largest Internet betting exchange, to measure the electability of 2016 Presidential candidates using regressions that compare the general election contest and party nomination win probabilities for each candidate.
On the other hand, electability (or, as we like to call it here, winnability) refers to one's capacity to be elected to the office one seeks.
Electability is the test that must be applied to each candidate.
Candidates whose pitch is based on electability rather than philosophy, on the other hand, achieve nothing if they don't actually win.