To recall or otherwise remove from office an elected official. Also: deelect.
Locally, there has been an ongoing protest campaign to force Emerson to resign and to run again in a byelection, this time as a Conservative. ...
Chalmers said the campaign to de-elect Emerson continues to gain momentum, supporters and donations.
"Emerson, Harper cleared by watchdog," CBC.ca, March 20, 2006
A simple little black and white sign sticky-taped to a fence which, although heartfelt, did not look like any officially approved electoral advertising.
Simply it read "De-elect the Health Minister he is a health hazard."
"The Real Stories," Hobart Mercury, March 17, 2006
These commuter routes were forced on the Hill when its population was poor and defenseless.
We're working now to de-elect the politicians that continue to permit it.
Robert Thomas, "White Lines," The Washington Post, August 7, 1987