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

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

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

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