governor's race


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Synonyms for governor's race

a race for election to the governorship

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More than $10 million has been poured into TV spots for the Louisiana governor's race alone, 43 percent of it spent by independent organizations, mainly on attack ads.
Democrat activists will be key to the governor's race because we know how to get out the vote.
Undecided respondents, or those expressing a preference for another candidate in the governor's race, make up 17.
Earlier this month, it officially shifted the Oregon governor's race from the category of "leans D" to "toss-up.
color) Members of the Republican party watch a giant screen displaying the estimated results of the California governor's race during the Republican victory party Tuesday night at the Beverly Hilton hotel.
But Trump, who considered running for president as an independent in 2000, said his decision not to enter the governor's race "doesn't preclude me from doing something political in the future".
Utah: The governor's race in Utah has some industry lobbyists wondering about the fate of Insurance Commissioner Merwin Stewart.
Leech supports his points with lively anecdotes, quotes and some current references, including Arnold Schwarzenegger's California governor's race.
But there was no ostracism or estrangement between father and son, and the Globe's obituary for David said he campaigned for his father during the governor's race.
In Negrophobia: A Race Riot in Atlanta, 1906, Bauerlein--a professor of English at Atlanta's Emory University--weaves a compelling story of how Jim Crow laws, political posturing during a Georgia governor's race, and sensation-seeking white-owned newspapers led to the tragic but little-remembered riot that terrorized Atlanta for four days in September 1906.
That's one reason I knew I could win the governor's race.
And in California, ground zero for television's virtual blackout of electoral politics, local stations devoted less than one third of one percent of their news coverage last fall to the open seat governor's race, according to the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.
Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania caucus attendees focused practically all of their attention on this year's governor's race.
The fact that identity theft has become a big issue in the Ohio governor's race may be an indicator of future political fallout in races all over the country.
The latest entrant is the Republican Governors Association, which launched its first TV ad in the governor's race over the last week, striking at Edwards and linking him to President Barack Obama.
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