Examples of reelect in a Sentence
He was reelected to the school committee.
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The Californian is currently the oldest serving senator -- a few months ahead of her Judiciary panel colleague, Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley, who was reelected in November to a seventh term.
Because this type of behavior qualifies as a feature, not a bug, in Alabama politics, Moore was reelected to the same job in 2012.
She was reelected twice, including her 2013 victory by 98 votes over challenger former city councilman the late Abdul Algazali, who would have been the city’s first Muslim mayor.
The first election in which more than half the incumbent members of the House of Representatives were reelected was in 1898.
School board incumbents were more likely to be reelected when white students’ scores increased, and more likely to lose when those scores went down.
For decades Iowans regularly reelected Democrat Tom Harkin (first elected in 1984) and Republican Chuck Grassley (first elected in 1980) to the Senate by large margins.
My job as a United States senator, is a senator from Arizona, which I was just reelected to.
The long-time attorney was appointed to the Ohio House of Representatives in 2011, and she's been reelected three times.
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