qualification of elector


qualification of elector
The existence of certain conditions respecting citizenship, residence, age and etc., prescribed by constitutional provision or statute. 25 Am J2d Elect § 58. For the act of voting itself, the additional qualification of registration of registration. While a statue providing for a local option election may require that a signer of a petition for such an election be a registered voter, to be a "qualified elector" within the meaning of such statute, it is not necessary that one be registered Anno: 100 ALR 1309, 1310. See registration of voters.

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