candidacy

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  • Info Candidacy is a rite which takes place during Roman Catholic seminary formation, by which the Church recognizes the seminarian as worthy of being ordained (hence, they become a "candidate" for ordination to the priesthood). more...
  • Following this defeat in his home province, he withdrew his candidacy for president.
  • When he announced his candidacy, four months before the election, he was considered the favourite.
  • He retired from politics after this, though often offered various candidacies. Cited from McClure's Magazine, Vol. VI., No. 6, May, 1896, by Various
  • His candidacy was short and he returned to private life.
  • However not drawing any wider support, she withdrew her candidacy before the election itself.
  • As a result, he announced his candidacy as an independent candidate.
  • He makes frequent public appearances in support of his political beliefs and candidacies.
  • His campaign was so ill-funded that he did not run a single television commercial to promote his candidacy.
  • He only served for one day because he resigned the following day and filed his candidacy for Congress.
  • According to the rules of candidacy, every presidential candidate must have a political party to back him or her.
  • In the United States many groups have attempted to lower age of candidacy requirements in various states.
  • He kicked off his candidacy just three days after he lost his medical license, using his radio station to help his campaign.
  • Kentucky has also been known to have unusually high political candidacy age laws, especially compared to surrounding states.
  • However, local Republican officials showed no support for her candidacy.
  • He neither put his own candidacy forward for the president nor lobbied for his election or against any other candidate in any way.
  • Generally, however, a student is not required to take taught modules as part of their candidacy.
  • Initially, it was thought that the law could end these fusion candidacies.
  • Some left-wing figures cited her candidacy as a reason for withdrawing their support from the party.
  • India and Japan both put forth their candidacies for the single seat of the Asian Group.
  • There has been only one candidate per seat and the National Candidacy Commission decides the persons.
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