The description says "Voted on 600 questions and 25% or more of total votes are on questions." So, to recap: Voted on questions, and 25% were... questions? (As opposed to the questions that aren't questions?)
Does that mean you voted 600 times (questions and answers), and 25% were on questions only? If so, I should have gotten this badge 200 votes ago. And I assume this applies to only the vote count that shows up on my profile (i.e. it doesn't include voting-up comments)?
So, one of three things is wrong: (1) the description of the Electorate badge (it's at least confusing); (2) the computation to award the Electorate badge; or (3) my count of my question votes. Given that so few seem to have it, I'm thinking it might be #2, and at least #1 should be clarified.
Is there a way to tell what my real percentage is? Lately I've been going through the top votes, the bottom votes, and everything in between to try to help those really interesting questions get closer to the top. Perhaps I was voting on questions too frequently, so the votes got discounted?
As an aside, the badge is a strange incentive: because I was close, I wouldn't vote up answers as often as I should. Perhaps the Electorate badge limit should be absolute (150 questions) and not a percentage?