Civics

Electoral roll is a list of ______.


ANSWER

Voters


SOLUTION

The electoral roll is a listing of all those registered to vote in a particular electoral district as part of an electoral system. The main function of an electoral roll is to combat electoral fraud by enabling authorities to verify the identity and entitlement to a vote of applicants, and to streamline voting on election day, and to ensure a person doesn't vote multiple times.

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