Examples of mayoralty in a Sentence
During her mayoralty, the mayor greatly improved the city.
He won the mayoralty in the last two elections.
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Claudia Sheinbaum, a 56-year-old environmental engineer, won Mexico City’s mayoralty by a landslide.
Ganim was blocked from receiving the money because he was convicted of 16 felonies as mayor of Bridgeport before making a stunning comeback to win the mayoralty once again in 2015.
Take, for example, the construction of an elevated highway in Mexico City during his mayoralty from 2000 to 2005.
Though the inexcusable behavior of the housing authority predated his mayoralty, Mr. de Blasio, who ran as a progressive promising to combat the evils of inequality, did not stop it.
The mayoralty of San Francisco has proved a launching pad for ambitious politicians, boosting Dianne Feinstein to the Senate and Gavin Newsom to favourite in the governor’s race.
The book skips quickly through the author’s early life in Brooklyn, his protest candidacies for the antiwar Liberty Union Party in the 1970s, his mayoralty of Burlington, Vt.
Created during the mayoralty of Michael Bloomberg, New York’s choice system frees eighth-graders who once would have attended their neighborhood high schools to apply anywhere in the city.
Can those early years make a difference now, as James tries to lift levels of trust and understanding between races in the autumn of his mayoralty?
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MAYORALTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mayoralty for English Language Learners
: the time during which a person is mayor
: the job or position of being mayor
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