Gubernatorial [adjective]

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Doran, who lives in Arlington County, is the sixth Republican to seek the party’s gubernatorial nomination.

California’s current political landscape is also pretty different from conditions in 2003, when it last saw a gubernatorial recall on the ballot, which is important as it makes a successful recall of Newsom even less likely.

Although Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans in Maryland, they have lost three out the last five gubernatorial races.

In Georgia, voting rights advocates registered more than 800,000 new voters since Stacey Abrams lost the 2018 gubernatorial race and dedicated herself full-time to helping Georgians register to vote.

Obama said Democratic activist Stacey Abrams, a former Georgia gubernatorial candidate, deserved credit for helping Warnock prevail in the state.

Democrats broadly credited a program helmed by Stacey Abrams, a former gubernatorial candidate in the state, for driving the increased political involvement.

Strategists and experts have attributed part of the escalating success of Georgia Democrats to a foundation of political organization powered by Stacey Abrams, who narrowly lost the 2018 gubernatorial race to now-Gov.

Lieutenant governors are elected at the same time as the state’s gubernatorial election, which will take place in November.

Women weren’t elected to either chamber until about a century ago, with the first female senator, Rebecca Felton of Georgia, earning that position through gubernatorial appointment.

Lisa Halverstadt explored his claim he reduced homelessness in San Diego — perhaps the accomplishment he would tout the most in a gubernatorial run.