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Vice-President

 

(1) In certain states, the deputy of the president.

(2) An elective office in certain scholarly and social institutions and organizations (for example, vice-president of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR).

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The television audience could be the largest for a vice-presidential debate, surpassing the nearly 57 million who watched in 1984 when then vice-president George Bush, the current president's father, debated with Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman vice-presidential nominee for a major party.
McCain aides made clear McCain is a long way from picking someone, saying the campaign had not yet even begun to set up process by which to evaluate potential vice-presidential nominees.
Republican vice-presidential nominee: 4 T Pawlenty, 6 C Crist, 8 M Sandford, MHuckabee, 12 C Rice, J Lieberman, M Romney, 14 bar.
Gore doesn't have a lot of great choices when it comes to vice-presidential picks.
Discussions at the consulate swirled not around the significance of the sights chosen for the tour or how the visit might advance American understanding of Nigeria but, rather, whether the Secret Service would get cold diet sodas in the morning, or whether the vice-presidential lunch would be pre-served on plates or dished out in front of the Mondales, or whether Lipton Iced Tea and Tab were appropriate beverages for this level of delegation.
He took to twitter saying, "Heartiest congratulations to Shri @MVenkaiahNaidu ji on winning the Vice-Presidential poll".
The vice-presidential selection process is an election year custom that attracts high prominence, partly because of key changes in United States politics in recent decades.
The roller coaster ride of vice-presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos, Jr.
While lower than typical vice presidential selection bounces, McCain's 2-point vice-presidential bounce is technically better than the complete lack of a vice presidential bounce seen for Obama with his selection of Delaware Sen.
Vice-presidential picks have seldom been as important as this year.
Perceptions of the 1988 presidential and vice-presidential debates.
(For other Democratic vice-presidential possibilities, see page 8 of this issue.) On the Republican side, Sen.