Recent Examples of pro tempore from the Web
Williams will hold the mayoral post until the council can vote on a mayor pro tempore on June 11.
This week, Toni Atkins made history in taking the oath as president pro tempore of the California Senate, two years after serving as speaker of the Assembly.
Though Alexander is stepping down as a reserve police officer and as a teacher at Seaside High School, about 70 miles south of San Jose, Alexander will keep his position as mayor pro tempore for the city of Seaside.
De León has served in the legislature since 2006, and was sworn in as Senate president pro tempore in 2014, the first Latino to hold that title in more than a hundred and thirty years.
Hatch is currently in his seventh term — he was first elected in 1976 — and is the Senate president pro tempore, a largely ceremonial leadership position reserved for senior members.
On Wednesday, Pennsylvania Senate president pro tempore Joseph Scarnati formally refused to comply with that order.
Fairfax bounced, and Sen. Stephen D. Newman (R-Bedford), the Senate pro tempore, moved into Fairfax’s place.
The council elected member Keith Blackburn as mayor pro tempore.
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legal Definition of pro tempore
- an administrator pro tempore
Origin and Etymology of pro tempore
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