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gubernatorial

Chiefly US, Politics of or relating to a governor
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5 percent in his district, while the average in the 2010 and 2014 gubernatorial years was 56.
AARP Illinois, along with partner organizations 89 WLS and the Union League Club of Chicago, invited both candidates to participate in a Gubernatorial Forum that would be broadcast live to a statewide audience.
PRI officials see little chance that the TEPJF will grant the PAN's request to annul the gubernatorial election.
Interestingly, both Bauchi and Kaduna states voted for the CPC presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, by 81 percent and 51 percent respectively, yet both gubernatorial candidates from the PDP party ended up winning.
Weighing in on the gubernatorial campaign, Strasburg said, "Owners of rent-regulated properties will be watching with great interest who Mr.
The repeal of the SBT can be linked to its complex tax structure, its high administrative and compliance costs, continued criticism over the perceived inequities of tax, and the continual need for amending legislation to encourage new business growth within the state, all coinciding with a gubernatorial election year and the ability to lead a voter-initiative ballot petition by a county executive who had a strong leadership following.
He welcomed the petition drive but challenges organizers to call gubernatorial debates that exclusively deal with education.
In fact, both preachers are unabashedly promoting Blackwell for governor over the other two Republican gubernatorial candidates, state Attorney General Jim Petro and state Auditor Betty Montgomery.
According to Blunt, the state would require up to 280 million gallons of ethanol annually to meet the RFG mandate, a capacity Blunt believes the state could reach "by the end of the next four-year gubernatorial term," AP reported.
former New York gubernatorial candidate Carl McCall, former NAACP chairman Myrlie Evers, former Congresswoman and vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro, and AFL-CIO Vice President Linda Chavez-Thompson, and it will focus on mobilizing more black and Latino voters in key states.
The gubernatorial papers of former President Bill Clinton will be housed along with the papers of four other Arkansas governors in the soon-to-be-renovated Farrell & Schaer Building in the River Market.
An election map shows the congressional and gubernatorial races taking place in each state.