Examples of reelect in a Sentence
He was reelected to the school committee.
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Rouhani — first elected in 2013, and reelected for a second term last year — championed diplomacy with the West and secured what was then a major victory: the end of sanctions and Iran’s return to the international stage.
Lake County voters also reelected council members David Hamm, D-Hammond; Christine Cid, D-East Chicago; Ted Bilski, D-Hobart; and Dan Dernulc, R-Highland, according to unofficial results.
Later that year, the judge was elected to a 10-year term and was reelected in 1991 and 2001.
Ortega returned to the presidency in 2006 and in 2016 was reelected in a landslide to a third consecutive term in balloting that the opposition denounced as rigged.
He was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1998 and was reelected nine times by wide margins.
For example, incumbent Republican Paul LePage was first elected with less than 38 percent of the vote and also reelected without a majority.
Politicians have a rather different, and well-known, objective: getting elected and reelected.
But outside the walls of the West Wing, Trump's political operation is squarely focused on getting Trump reelected in 2020.
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Definition of reelect for English Language Learners
: to elect (someone) again
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