What Is an Electorate?

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The term electorate refers to the group of people entitled to vote in an election, sometimes referred to as the constituency. It can also refer to an electoral district, the geographic area of a particular election.
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The process for determining the individuals who become Electoral College voters differs from state to state. In most cases, state party conventions or state central committees select
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Typically, it is a population of qualified voters.
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Electors:1:a citizen who has a legal right to vote; 2:any of the German princes who were entitled
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You are confusing concepts. Senators are not part of the Electoral College. (Neither are members of the U.S. House of Representatives. This official US government source explains
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Ask.com Answer for: what is an electorate
e·lec·tor·ate
[ih-lek-ter-it]
NOUN
1.
the body of persons entitled to vote in an election.
2.
the dignity or territory of an Elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
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Electorate is the collective people of a state, country or electoral district who are entitled to vote in an election. Electorate also means a geographical area of a particular election; an electorate district.
An electorate is a collective term that describes all the people who are allowed to vote in an election. It is also a rank, position or territory of an elector of the Holy Roman Empire or the area represented by a Member of Parliament.
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