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electorate

1. the body of all qualified voters
2. History the rank, position, or territory of an elector of the Holy Roman Empire
3. Austral and NZ the area represented by a Member of Parliament
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He hailed the new members for having found it fit to solicit a new political home at BDP, which he said had since its formation declared that it would never promise electorates the impossible.
The governor also commended the electorate afor conducting themselves peacefully in the area.
The party leading the government will gain some of the lost credibility from the electorate if it adherers to democratic practice instead of projecting itself as power hungry party by sticking to government in the pretext of some of the constitutional loopholes.
Greg is out there in the electorate every day, talking with the many local communities and people in the electorate, to earn the right to be considered a worthy successor to Peter as the representative for ?
I have been trying to educate the electorate for more than 52 years, yet have witnessed the continued dumbing down of the electorate at an ever-increasing rate over the years.
In a previous letter Mr Jarrett has said that there was no mandate for leaving the European Union, as only 37 per cent of the electorate voted to leave.
But turnout is usually expressed as a proportion of the electorate, meaning the current figure of 68.
Aberavon Sadie Vidal (C) Stephen Kinnock (Lab) Cen Phillips (LD) Andrew Bennison (PC) Caroline Jones (UKIP) Electorate 49,891 2015: Lab maj 10,445 (33.
WHEN the Cameron government was in power they led the electorate to believe they would negotiate new terms with the EU then put a vote to the people to stay in or leave the EU.
Since 2007 the departure of Blair and his management team, Labour has disconnected from the electorate, unable to produce a leader acceptable to the British electorate.
He considers the evidence of polarization in the electorate in terms of ideological orientations, issue preferences, and circumstantial behavioral evidence; why polarization of the political parties occurred due to the increased polarization of the public and a realignment of the parties since the 1950s; the debate about asymmetrical polarization; why the parties are polarized at all; and why the electorate is polarized, the basis of political differences in the electorate, and whether democracy creates polarization, as well as its consequences and what can be done about them.