mayoral position

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  • The mayoral position became a full-time paid position following the 2008 elections.
  • They believe she would be a good candidate for upcoming city council seats, or possibly the mayoral position.
  • After incompatibility law came into force, he decided not to run for another parliamentary term and chose his mayoral position.
  • His election to the Knesset meant he had to resign his mayoral position.
  • Beginning in 2016, the mayoral position will be elected at-large every two years during legislative election cycles.
  • Once the formalities were completed, he then called or nominations for the Mayoral position.
  • She is the first African American woman to hold the mayoral position in the city's 50 year history.
  • He previously served as a Councillor for Prince George until his resignation to run for the mayoral position.
  • The following year he regained the mayoral position.
  • He held the mayoral position until 1945 when his uncle Jacques Menier died.
  • In 2007, the State Bureau of Investigation looked into whether he used his mayoral position to benefit his building business.
  • Each of the 13 parish councils and parish capital mayoral positions were allocated to a political party.
  • The Mayoral position is largely ceremonial and has much reduced responsibility following the merger of the Limerick local authorities.
  • He will take his mayoral position starting 25 December 2014.
  • Mallott faced harsh criticism when he initially announced that he could handle serving in both positions, leading to changing his mind and resigning the mayoral position.
  • The position of Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner would be subsumed into the mayoral position.
  • Episode 98 reveals what happened following this outbreak of violence, including the repeated changeover in the mayoral position.
  • Currently, he is running for the mayoral position in Rockville, Maryland.
  • In addition to her mayoral position, Kovach currently serves as secretary of the New Jersey State Democratic Committee.
  • He became the first Latino to be elected to the council as well as the mayoral position, which he attained one year later in 1983.
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