Constituents [noun]

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There is also work to do here in my district helping ensure that our constituents have a roof over their heads, food on the their tables and money to pay their bills.

First, ensembles have proved to be more accurate on average than their constituent models alone.

The 51-year-old index added e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, electronics and smartphone maker Xiaomi Corporation, and biotechnology firm Wuxi Biologics as constituents.

Congressional Democrats begged the President to do something about the meat crisis, declaring it the single biggest issue of concern to their constituents.

Downtown Alderman Brendan Reilly blasted Foxx in an email newsletter to constituents, and other Democrats signaled they would not back her reelection.

For one thing, retail-to-industrial conversions involve buy-in from local zoning officials whose constituents are often concerned about congestion, noise and pollution, among other things.

He said the investigation generated significant interest among lawmakers and constituents.

As a staffer in Council President Georgette Gómez’s office working on constituent services, Barrios was subject to the city’s conflict of interest code.

They signed a statement that elevates the constituents and natural resources that business depends on the most, including workers and host communities that bear the brunt of the ebb and flow of commerce.

Councilwoman Monica Montgomery has pledged, amid outrage for her budget vote among constituents, to analyze the department’s budget so she can outline future cuts.