In Pennsylvania, another crucial swing state, we look at the re-election campaign of freshman incumbant
Jason Altmire (D), who for the second consecutive election is facing off against Melissa Hart, the former Republican occupant of the seat.
Even if it is difficult to defeat a judicial incumbant
, one could argue that the problem lies more with a system that allows lawyers to make contributions to the judges before whom they must appear in their legal practice.
Individual duties (wajib ayni or lard ayni) are incumbant
upon all Muslims individually because of their religious and social significance, such as ritual prayer, fasting, (253) fulfillment of contracts, obedience to one's parents, (254) and the duty to understand certain religious rules.
Back in 1972, the year Nixon won his bid for a second term in the White House by a landslide, Robert Redford starred in "The Candidate," a prescient, biting political satire about a liberal lawyer with star appeal who's recruited to run against an incumbant
In alternative extensions of Yosha's (1995) model, a replacement could result from coordination among incumbant
and entrant (in order to avoid or propagate leakage of information).
Mr Salmond said:"Compared to last year, there is a Scottish Parliament and a new director generalwho is thought to be more open-minded on the issue than the previous incumbant
therefore the reality of a new Scottish political dimension is there.