government. One who has the right to make choice of public
officers one, who has a right to vote.
2. The qualifications of electors are generally the same as those
required in the person to be elected, to this, however, there is one
exception, a naturalized citizen may be an elector of president of the
United States, although he could not constitutionally be elected to that
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition
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