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  • n. Plural form of electee.

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Examples

  • If this is what the new Tea Party electees are bringing to the party it's going to be a long two years -- for the country, and even more so for Conservative Republicans.

    Jim Worth: Skewering The Pig

  • Tea Party electees have been vocal about eliminating or banning pork as a way to reduce the budget deficit.

    Jim Worth: Skewering The Pig

  • It is also a chance for the electees to be inducted into the Society.

    HKN Banquet

  • The electees have to wear resistors for the week leading up to the banquet and if seen without them have to pay a penalty in the form of some humiliating act.

    HKN Banquet

  • There is some logic to this one but the cost of running such a body could be astronomical so the new electees would need to accept lower pay and scaled down benefits!

    Gut check: Time to tweak the system?

  • When the electees 'agenda became an issue, Dover citizens sued (and won!).

    Barbara Forrest Speaks Out

  • Eleven Hall of Fame members from the first four classes of electees were present that day — including Ty Cobb, who arrived too late to give his speech — as fans lined Main Street to catch a glimpse of their favorite baseball luminary.

    USATODAY.com - Renovated Hall of Fame unveiled

  • Indeed, if all the government electees remembered that church and state are supposed to be separate, they wouldn't bother using korans, bibles, or any holy book, which has no place in the halls of government.

    ianrandalstrock's Journal

  • Hoping for the best from those new electees might be pollyannaish, as you suggest.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Post Election Open Thread-- add your thoughts here-- what it means, where we're going, the future

  • Over the past few decades, it appears that the American people are, more and more, turning to people of great wealth to fill positions of leadership and those electees are busily engaged in disconnecting the control of our lives from our individual rights to make our own decisions.

    THE PRINCES OF PRIVILEGE

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