C. Alexander Hamilton developed the idea for presidential electors.
The correct answer to the question: Who developed the idea for presidential electors, is, C: Alexander Hamilton.
Although the original idea of electing the President through a system of electors, was of James Wilson, during the Constitutional Convention of 1787, it was later on through the Federalist Papers, and campaigning that James Madison and Alexander Hamilton managed to stabilize the original idea and give it the properties that it has, as an Electoral College. Since the original idea was instituted and accepted, the system saw several fallouts, until in 1803 Congress proposed the Twelfth Amendment, which was applied since the election of 1804. It was through the ideas proposed by Hamilton that the new system was devised and applied.
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