Examples of statehouse in a Sentence
a field trip to the statehouse to see the legislature in session
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Sanford left the statehouse and later won his congressional seat in 2013.
And as the field trips drew attention to the nationwide issue of beach access, the war also played out in the courts, statehouses and even Congress.
DeButts' thread of tweets aimed to explain the work his newspaper does in the community, which is home to the Maryland statehouse and the U.S. Naval Academy.
The concentration of the non-white voters in cities has allowed Republicans to maximize their strength among white voters by shaping congressional district maps to help them hold majorities in 32 statehouses and the U.S. House.
Add to that the many Republicans disgusted with Trump who might stay home in November and the fact that Democrats seem to be mobilized in congressional and statehouse races.
The message being put out: Don’t let Democrats take over the Carson City statehouse and turn Nevada into another California, strategists say.
The economy is certain to be a major political issue in an election year, with Republican Gov. Scott Walker running for a third term and multiple statehouse and Congressional races on the ballot.
With the repeal set to go into effect April 23, the clock now starts ticking on more rounds of a highly political debate in Congress, the courts and statehouses.
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STATEHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of statehouse for English Language Learners
: the building in which the legislature of a U.S. state meets and works
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