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Definition of "voter" []

  • One who votes. (noun)
  • One who has the right to vote. (noun)
  • A person who can or does vote (noun)

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Use "voter" in a sentence
  • "Even more shocking, to me, than these changing party ID weights in the likely voter model is the fact that they changed the weighting even more in the * registered voter* sample."
  • "VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '"Voter fraud": Watching our language, again, still'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Unfortunately, the term voter fraud is again being conflated with the larger and real problem of election fraud which includes voter intimidation, misinformation, defective software, and provisional and absentee ballots improperly discarded.'"
  • "Unfortunately, the term voter fraud is again being conflated with the larger and real problem of election fraud which includes voter intimidation, misinformation, defective software, and provisional and absentee ballots improperly discarded."