unelectable

un·e·lect·a·ble

 (ŭn′ĭ-lĕk′tə-bəl)
adj.
Being such that election, as to high office, is difficult or impossible: The candidate's private life rendered him unelectable.

unelectable

(ˌʌnɪˈlɛktəbəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of a political party, candidate, etc) not likely to be elected
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Once labelled unelectable, he was met with football style chants of "Oh, Jeremy Corbyn".
She had vanquished her enemies to get to No10 and was confronted only by an unelectable Labour Party led by a left-winger facing leadership challenges as often as most of us have dental check-ups.
Jeremy Corbyn must do nothing against Labour MPs critical of him until the Tory in-fighting has made them unelectable.
I very much doubt that every Conservative supporter is happy that the party has lost a decent enough majority to a party that was led by according to the right wing press in London an unelectable left wing communist
1) The Labour party has lurched so far to the left that they are currently totally unelectable.
As waiting lists get longer through lack of Tory investment in the NHS, more people die waiting for their operation, at about the same rate that Corbyn and his fellow travellers make Labour more unelectable.
Mr Blenkinsop has used the press and social media to remind us all just how unelectable he says the Labour Party is these days.
Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected as leader and we have to ensure that the mantra of being unelectable doesn't become a selffulfilling prophecy" - Labour former home secretary Alan Johnson.
It's an amazing job" Actress Thandie Newton "Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected as leader and we have to ensure that the mantra of being unelectable doesn't become a self-fulfilling prophecy" Labour former home secretary Alan Johnson "There is nowhere more evil than an English village because it breeds mistrust, suspicion and bitterness" Midsomer Murders screenwriter Anthony Horowitz
I SYMPATHISE with the beliefs of former NuLab Tory-Lite MPs, such as David Miliband (Miliband hits out at unelectable Corbyn, Sept 23), who have demonstrated more in tune with the Conservative Party and with the views of Mr Peter "Grand Pooh-Bah of British Politics" Mandelson (who felt "intensely relaxed at people becoming filthy rich"), than they have ever done with traditional Labour party values.
The real issue is that his strategy makes the party unelectable because it is in many aspects undesirable.
The only ray of light in this sorry state of affairs is that Labour is unelectable and ripping itself apart.