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  • n. Plural form of elected.

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Examples

  • The issue focus here has been on the electeds, but the disclosure of the non-electeds is even more important.

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  • I also think its dangerous to assume that our electeds are as in touch with the party faithful/grassroots as I think your post assumes.

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  • Everyone needs to call their electeds of both parties and make sure they know what we think about this crap.

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  • He should be celebrating the progress toward (albeit slow) recovery, along with the effort our "electeds" have made to avoid a total collapse of the monetary system.

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  • New home parish, right next door - the "electeds" agreed and they're all registered Republicans.

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  • Old home parish - the "electeds" came up with and passed: no smoking in cars with kids; abortion will be criminal when the Supreme's overturn Roe; the Ten Commandments should be in every classroom; and, teachers in public schools can teach evolution as one theory.

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  • (though she slipped into City Hall-speak when using the word "electeds" to refer elected officials):

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  • "electeds", a multitude of Libertarian and Republican organizations offered alternatives, and even prominent individuals offered alternatives.

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  • Changing the nature of these use fees traditionally used to cover internalized infrastructure costs to one of a new general tax subject to state and federal whim is extraordinarlly poor public policy unless there's been a change in the trustwortiness of our electeds that I've missed and Mankiw has discovered.

    Greg Mankiw Pumps for a Higher Gas Tax, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Did it ever occur to the Beverly Hillbillies who have joined forces with the likes of the school board president and the odd councilmember or two, or more, who share the board president's delirium about Metro's willful deception of Beverly Hills on the subway tunnel's route that perhaps the electeds are merely showboating for the voters?

    Joel Epstein: Revolution, Democracy and the Subway in Beverly Hills

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