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Page creatorimported>BartFraden
Date of page creation13:53, 5 September 2010
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Electoral College (EC) refers to a set of electors (other than ordinary voters) selected to elect an individual to fill a particular office. Examples include the contemporary U.S. Presidential electoral college (which is generally what most in the U.S. refer to by "Electoral College"), the contemporary French Senatorial electoral college, the contemporary College of Cardinals who elect the Pope and the college of prince-electors of the Holy Roman Empire.
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