What does voter mean?

Definitions for voter
ˈvoʊ tərvot·er

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word voter.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. voter, electornoun

    a citizen who has a legal right to vote

Wiktionary

  1. voternoun

    One who votes.

Wikipedia

  1. voter

    Voting is a method by which a group, such as a meeting or an electorate, can convene together for the purpose of making a collective decision or expressing an opinion usually following discussions, debates or election campaigns. Democracies elect holders of high office by voting. Residents of a jurisdiction represented by an elected official are called "constituents," and the constituents who choose to cast a ballot for their chosen candidate are called "voters." There are different systems for collecting votes, but while many of the systems used in decision-making can also be used as electoral systems, any which cater for proportional representation can only be used in elections. In smaller organizations, voting can occur in many different ways. Formally via ballot to elect others for example within a workplace, to elect members of political associations or to choose roles for others. Informally voting could occur as a spoken agreement or as a verbal gesture like a raised hand or electronically.

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  1. voter

    A voter is an individual who has the legal right and authority to participate and cast their vote in an election, such as for choosing political leaders or deciding on policies in a referendum. The specific qualifications to be a voter, such as age or citizenship status, can vary depending on the jurisdiction or type of election.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Voternoun

    one who votes; one who has a legal right to vote, or give his suffrage; an elector; a suffragist; as, an independent voter

Editors Contribution

  1. voter

    A person with the legislative right to vote.

    Voter rights are so important in every country.


    Submitted by MaryC on March 3, 2020  

Surnames Frequency by Census Records

  1. VOTER

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Voter is ranked #81772 in terms of the most common surnames in America.

    The Voter surname appeared 231 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Voter.

    97.4% or 225 total occurrences were White.

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British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'voter' in Nouns Frequency: #1695

Anagrams for voter »

  1. overt

  2. trove

  3. torve

  4. rovet

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of voter in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of voter in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of voter in a Sentence

  1. Ilhan Omar:

    We started this campaign to prove people are ready and willing to fight for an America that works for all of us. To every staff member, volunteer, donor, and voter, this win is just as much yours as it is mine, together, we will move our district, state and nation forward.

  2. Brad Parscale:

    Although Matt Bevin has not outlined Matt Bevin next steps, Kentucky law provides for a variety of possiblechallenges -- including a recount, a recanvass, or a legal challenge to the election based on irregularities. There is no automatic recount process under Kentucky law. TRUMP CALLS ON ANGRY MAJORITY TO BOOST Matt Bevin, IN NOD TO REAGANS MORAL MAJORITY AND NIXONS SILENT MAJORITY Regardless of the final outcome, the razor-thin margin in the race did not come as a surprise Republicans. Although President Trump carried deep-red Kentucky by 30 points in the 2016 presidential election, Matt Bevin has long beenunusually unpopular for a Republican in the state, owing in part to President Trump numerous spats with striking public school teachers and President Trump plan to address a growing pension crisis. Kentucky Governor and Republican gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin, right, shakes hands with a poll worker after casting Kentucky Governor ballot in the state's general election in Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. ( AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley) Bevinsignificantly underperformedthe rest of the The GOP ticket on the ballot in Kentucky on Tuesday, as Republican Daniel Cameron handily won hisrace to become the states next attorney general. Cameronmade history as thefirst African-American to be electedKentucky Attorney Generaland the first Republican to hold the post in more than 70 years. DEMS SWEEP VIRGINIA STATE HOUSE, SENATE ELECTIONS, CAPPING STATES DRAMATIC LEFTWARD SHIFT In a major indicatorthat Bevin isunpopular among Kentuckians, Republican Daniel Cameron received 774,864 votes in his 15-percentage-point win -- while Matt Bevin garnered only approximately 700,000 votes for Matt Bevin marquee gubernatorial bid. It is highly unusual for down-ballot races to attract more voter interest than gubernatorial contests. Republican Daniel Cameron was elected the state's first-ever black Attorney General on Tuesday. ( AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File) Meanwhile, Republican attorney and former elections board member Michael Adams was easily elected as Kentuckys next secretary of state, andRepublican Mike Harmon wasre-elected as Kentucky auditor. Additionally, Republican Ryan Quarles was re-elected as Kentucky commissioner of agriculture, and The GOP incumbent Allison Ball won a second term as Kentuckys treasurer. Those results -- and Bevins unique vulnerabilities -- led Kentucky Republicans to dismiss claims that the gubernatorial race had any meaningfulnational implications. President Trumps rally helped five of six Kentucky Republicans win clear statewide victories, including Attorney General-elect Republican Daniel Cameron, who will be the first black A.G. in Kentucky history and the first Republican to hold the office since 1948, the President just about dragged Gov. Matt Bevin across the finish line, helping him run stronger than expected in what turned into a very close race at the end. A final outcome remains to be seen. However, in what could be a worrying sign for Republicans in the long term, Matt Bevin underperformed inNorthern Kentucky, typically a The GOP stronghold, and among suburban voters in several counties outside of Cincinnati. Apparently aware of his problems with voters, Matt Bevin had remarkedin February.

  3. Larry Webb:

    What they did was beyond voter suppression. If something is wrong with Chairwoman Kathy Ransom voter registration, they should call Chairwoman Kathy Ransom and tell Chairwoman Kathy Ransom what's wrong. What they were doing is taking Chairwoman Kathy Ransom off the rolls, and Chairwoman Kathy Ransom wouldn't find out until the election, they were making Black votes disappear.

  4. Bernie Sanders:

    We're doing much better with independents. We even draw a little bit better with Republicans, so I believe, quite honestly, that with the enthusiasm that we are generating, with the kind of voter turnout that I think we can bring out -- look, Republicans win when people are demoralized and the voter turnout is low.

  5. Gary Buske:

    We're just supposed to contact all of our friends, push it, and then they're making calls and doing door knocking and compiling voter lists and precinct captains and all that, it's all a ground game right now. I'm excited about it. He's right where he wants to be, and he's spending money very carefully and very slowly and very wisely and building the ground game. It's just building.

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