Electorate may refer to:

  • people entitled to vote in an election
  • people who actually voted or are expected to vote in an election
  • electoral district or constituency, the geographic area of a particular election
  • The dominion of a Prince-elector in the Holy Roman Empire

Other articles related to "electorate":

Thomas Fergus - Political Career
... Parliament of New Zealand Years Term Electorate Party 1881–1884 8th Wakatipu Independent 1884–1887 9th Wakatipu Independent 1887–1890 10th Wakatipu ...
Brian Mac Donell
... MacDonell represented the Dunedin Central electorate in Parliament for 21 years from 1963 to 1984 ... The Dunedin Central electorate was abolished in the 1983 electoral redistribution, and the electorate of Dunedin West was established in its place ... as the Labour candidate for the new electorate of Dunedin West ...
Theodore Haultain - Career - Early Politics
... He contested a by-election in the electorate of the Southern Division (of Auckland) on 8 May 1858 against David Graham and was elected by a majority of one vote ... He represented the electorate until the end of the term in 1860, when he was defeated for the Raglan electorate ...
Masterton (New Zealand Electorate) - History
... The electorate of Masterton was created for the 1887 general election ... The electorate was abolished in 1946 the town of Masterton itself was moved to the Wairarapa electorate, while the rest was moved to the Pahiatua electorate ...
Papanui (New Zealand Electorate)
... Papanui is a former New Zealand Parliamentary electorate ... The electorate is in the northern suburbs of the city of Christchurch, South Island ...