Of, relating to, or composed of electors.(adjective)
Of or relating to election.(adjective)
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Use "electoral" in a sentence
"Prop 14 won by a healthy 54% to 46% margin, giving Schwarzenegger a matched pair of initiative victories for what he calls his electoral reform agenda."
"It was seen by members of both parties as a sign that Mr. Obama, in the wake of what he called his electoral " shellacking, " might be willing to tack away from his liberal base in search of compromise with Republicans."
"So, if they want to violate the rules in what I call electoral blackmail, go ahead."