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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The first is justifying the existence of the mayoralty, for which there was little public enthusiasm.
By divine right of mayoralty, or someone, 13 vehicles waited at the curb in a no-standing zone, among them four black S.U.V.s (three Chevy Suburbans and one Yukon XL) an ambulance, a huge E.M.S. vehicle and a police school safety van.
Get our daily newsletter Andy Burnham, who was elected Labour mayor of Greater Manchester in May 2017, when the government created six regional mayoralties, spends his life grappling with this paradox.
These were mostly low-profile races for state legislatures, mayoralties, city councils, and school boards.
As the mayors got taller, the mayoralty got smaller.
Political Spectrum Enter Doria, who had never held elected office before becoming the first candidate in over two decades to win Sao Paulo’s mayoralty election in the first round last October.
Scott Bergthold is under contract for $15,000 to review the city's comprehensive zoning ordinance, the alcoholic beverage code, mayoralty permits and the criminal code.
But now, four years after his mayoralty came to an end, Villaraigosa, 64, is no longer the scrappy upstart whose rise to power symbolized Latinos’ growing clout in California.
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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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