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  • With these changes, each candidate can now be considered once every three years.
  • He was also available as a write-in candidate in several other states.
  • He won easily in the primary election against only write-in candidate opposition.
  • It was the first time a candidate had made such a move.
  • Under the constitution, that person would have been the only candidate for president.
  • He entered the race two weeks before the primary election as a write-in candidate.
  • Despite this support, at the state convention he was a dark horse candidate.
  • Several months before an election, each party forms a list of candidates for each district.
  • He was also listed in some states as a write-in candidate.
  • This was the first election where the two leading candidates each carried half of the states.
  • Several candidates were presented to him including one young woman from a noble family.
  • Candidates outside that district no longer need to represent them to win elections.
  • But I have supported a candidate and it's a whole other world.
  • In a few cases, the candidate may be required to be of a specific religion.
  • If the candidate's grade did not change, no further action will be taken.
  • Sometimes the degree was obtained after the Candidate's degree had been obtained.
  • Their poverty usually led them to vote for the candidate who offered them the most.
  • The number of self-nominated candidates was four times higher than the previous election.
  • No major-party candidate has won so few electoral votes since this election.
  • If a candidate's father was still alive, the title could not be taken.
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Words starting with candidate

Meaning of candidate

  • noun Someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc.)