Candidacy [noun]

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Later, her supporters took it upon themselves to post a web page for her candidacy, asking supporters to sign on to the effort and listing the nonprofit and advocacy groups that were already on board.

Aside from Hendrickson’s strong credentials, his candidacy comes as part of United’s efforts to build a diverse candidate pool.

A candidate for county supervisor in the March primary said it wasn’t unusual to see people who opposed her candidacy posted up outside of her house during the campaign.

While Raiford has declared her candidacy for mayor against incumbent Ted Wheeler, the write-in candidate hasn’t spent much time campaigning.

Multiple voter interviews as well as recent polls in the Tar Heel state show that the sex scandal consuming Cunningham has not doomed his candidacy.

Ben Ray Luján, who currently represents the state’s Third District and is chair of the House Democrats’ campaign committee, declared his candidacy for Udall’s seat early and has raced to a substantial lead.

For instance, his best primary debates were the ones before Nevada and South Carolina, when his candidacy was hanging by a thread, and he did very well in the 2008 and 2012 vice presidential debates, too.

In the Post-ABC Wisconsin survey, more than 9 in 10 who say they back Trump express enthusiasm for his candidacy and more than 2 in 3 say they are very enthusiastic.

San Diego Council President Georgette Gómez said Wednesday she is halting any involvement in Barrios’ candidacy, pending the completion of the DA’s investigation.

Neither responded to VOSD inquiries about their views or candidacy.