Twenty-four years after the restoration of democracy in 1990, there is remarkable stability in incumbency
advantage in the Chilean Congress.
Other areas of the incumbency
literature that are of particular interest examine the roles played by legislator tenure and legislator seniority.
The negative use of power of incumbency
is yet another bottleneck.
County success in cobbling together initiatives such as Eugene's proposed revenue exchange with the county and a state takeover of some county services also could help restore the luster of Green's incumbency
The current rules remove the incumbency
advantage at least every eight years, and most legislators decline or fail to jump to the other house.
Along with Schwarzenegger, McPherson is also the only other Republican with the added benefit of incumbency
and Poizner is running against Cruz Bustamante.
He received pounds 300 for an essay called A Ritualist Priest in Leeds: the Fifty- Two Year Incumbency
of John Wylde at St Saviour's Church.
in and of itself is a huge advantage, as we all know.
The predictive models built by economists generally begin by establishing the impacts on election outcomes of incumbency
length of time in office, and party affiliation of the sitting president.
from raising the funds necessary to overcome the inherent incumbency
One only hopes that she can hang on to her incumbency
long enough for another book or two.
Rossello governed for two four-year terms (1992-2000), and was personally popular, but his incumbency
was marred by a series of corruption scandals involving key officials within his pro-statehood New Progressive Party (NPP).