Examples of governorship in a Sentence
a candidate for the governorship
The state has done well during her governorship.
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The results were at odds with polls that showed that the opposition could expand its hold on governorships from three to as many as 18 states if the participation rate reached 60%.
In Wisconsin, the Democrats have lost all there is to lose: the state Senate, the assembly, and the governorship; in 2016, for the first time since 1984, Wisconsin voted for a GOP candidate for president.
Under Obama’s presidency, his party suffered massive losses in the U.S. Senate, U.S. House, governorships and state legislatures.
Thus, Putin’s rise to power and his elimination of two major institutions—private television and elected regional governorships—were enabled by the management of real, fake, and questionable terrorism.
If turnout is high, polls suggest the opposition could capture governorships in up to 19 of Venezuela’s 23 states.
Kansas should consider an age requirement for the governorship, according to the state’s top election official who is also a candidate for governor.
The opposition also plans to lodge 62 court cases contesting governorship, lawmaker, and local seats, spokeswoman Kathleen Openda told Reuters.
It was not lost on some that Schneiderman, who has long been considered a top Democratic contender for the governorship of New York, was going after a company based in St. Louis for its violation of a New York law.
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