committeeman


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a man who is a member of committee

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elect Karyn Polito, state Committeeman Rick Green, Senator-elect Ryan Fattman, and Assistant Minority Leader George Peterson.
This woman has done simply a spectacular job," said Peter Burling, Democratic National Committeeman.
He was twice elected as Commander for the Department of Arkansas and was a National Executive Committeeman.
The former player, committeeman and chairman died after a short illness, aged 66, and messages of condolence have been sent from all corners of the country, including ex-England international pair Darren Garforth and Graham Rowntree.
MIKE Gooding has stepped down as chairman of Penarth RFC and has ended a 40-year period as player and committeeman with the Seasiders.
A committeeman helps support candidates (in some cases select candidates), helps get out the vote, and works at the polls on Election Day.
He was also upset at plans to install Colin Metson - the former wicketkeeper and current committeeman - as a head coach.
Ritter, a Hopewell Township resident and licensed attorney, is president and CEO of Cumberland Insurance Group in addition to his duties as township committeeman and deputy mayor.
We have had an excellent run-in," said Gurney Street committeeman Steve Davies.
Accepting a no-strike clause would be like letting the company busts the union," said Gary Walkowicz, a bargaining committeeman at the Dearborn Truck Plant who has been critical of the unionEoe1/4aos concessions in the past.
Seefeldt, RHU, of Orlando; National Committeeman James A.
The money raised will go to Queens Court Hospice, where former Ormskirk player, committeeman and groundsman Nick Glayzer died earlier this year.
We don't want nobody nobody sent," the committeeman replied.
Later, while studying law at Northwestern University, he worked as a precinct captain for the local Democratic ward committeeman, Representative Roman Pucinski, who was elected to Congress in 1959.
Sam Pryor, a Republican national committeeman from Connecticut, wrested control over what was, in those days, one of the key resources to winning the nomination: tickets into the convention hall.
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