Definition - What does Legislator mean?

A legislator is a person that is appointed through an election or by court appointment to serve on a board that makes laws and plans for future municipal and government growth.

Justipedia explains Legislator

A legislator has a vote within a group and the majority vote will determine the failure or success of any motion. Constituents of communities will often petition local legislators to vote in a way that has the most advantage for them. It is a criminal offense for a legislator to accept a bribe that's given so that they will vote in a certain way in relation to a specific issue.

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