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He was reelected to the school committee.
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Among these are 628 members of the national congress, who will be able to be reelected for the first time in nearly a century; eight state governors; and mayors of more than 1,500 cities, including Mexico City.
Among these were 628 members of the National Congress who will be able to be reelected for the first time in nearly a century, eight state governors and mayors of more than 1,500 cities, including Mexico City.
In May, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro — who presided over the country during its massive economic collapse and refused to enact reforms — was reelected for another six years.
Even after the scandal, he was reelected to council and served as mayor.
But the shareholders stuck with Musk, reelecting the board members and nixing the leadership change by an overwhelming majority.
His first term on Humble City Council started in 2014 and he was reelected for a second term in 2016.
Branstad was reelected to the governorship in 2010 and made headlines a few years later for dismissive comments about immigrant kids.
In addition, shareholders at their annual meeting turned down an appeal from an activist investor group not to reelect three directors: private equity veteran Antonio Gracias, James Murdoch of 21st Century Fox and Musk’s cousin, Kimbal Musk.
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: to elect (someone) again
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