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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Not Afraid to Speak Out’: How Margaret Chin Found Her Voice Having first been elected in 2009, the same year Bloomberg won the mayoralty a third time, some council members like Chin and Koo are permitted to run once more this year.
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.
Back on the trail Four years after his mayoralty came to an end, Antonio Villaraigosa is no longer the scrappy upstart whose rise to power symbolized Latinos’ growing clout in California.
Bloomberg’s mayoralty began less than four months after 9/11 and spanned most of the presidencies of both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, as well as the worst financial crisis in 70 years.
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.
In decades past, the job of academy president, which is unpaid, was largely ceremonial, a kind of unofficial mayoralty of Hollywood’s glitterati.
But, in the 2014 municipal elections, the Party clinched eleven mayoralties, seven of them in PACA.
In Mississippi, where Sanders led a rally of labor unions this spring, left-wing candidate Chokwe Lumumba won the mayoralty of Jackson, and a Sanders supporter won a city council seat in suburban Meridian.
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