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Long served for more than 20 years in the Senate and 12 years as Senate president pro tempore.
Since the war’s end, Woewiyu has served multiple roles in the Liberian government — including stints as labor minister and president pro tempore of its Senate — while living here as a legal permanent resident of the United States.
Ohio law says council president pro tempore, the village vice mayor, will serve the remainder of the term if the mayor resigns.
Also defeated in the primary were East Baltimore Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden, Senate president pro tempore, in the 45th District and Sen. Barbara A. Robinson from the central 40th District.
The majority of the votes from delegates at the party's annual convention went to State Sen. Kevin de Leon, Feinstein's progressive challenger who served as the former president pro tempore of the California Senate.
De León, the former president pro tempore of the California Senate, represents a challenge from the more progressive wing of the Democratic party.
The disparity in Indiana is more exaggerated in leadership roles in the General Assembly: no woman has ever been the speaker of the House or the president pro tempore of the Senate.
Williams will hold the mayoral post until the council can vote on a mayor pro tempore on June 11.
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legal Definition of pro tempore
- an administrator pro tempore
Origin and Etymology of pro tempore
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