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he had, and they would certainly reelect him when it came time to step.
Which ones? The guys over in the White House with the Committee to Reelect the President.
Fortunately, they are elected every other year, which means that the people have an opportunity to monitor their taxing activities and reelect or reject them accordingly.
When people mention that politicians are not serving the populace and it’s time for a change, but still reelect their representatives, I only hope that these individuals are people 149.
4% unemployment, which in 1996 reporters pointed to as an imperative to reelect Clinton, now that very same level of unemployment is mentioned by the same reporters as justification to cause Bush’s defeat.

The magnitude of that triumph amounts to a sweep if one considers that the president has carried along with him other Republican candidates in the Senate and the House of Representatives, so that since 1900 when republican McKinley was president, neither party had succeeded in reelecting simultaneously the Presidency, the Congress and the Senate, while at the same time adding seats in both chambers of congress.
reelected for a second term.
In 1992 he was reelected to.
was found soon that reelected him.
Thatcher was reelected, but she.
Both my dad and I were reelected.
Yet when he was reelected, a lot.
He’s just kissing butt to get reelected.
Hate seems to constantly be reelected to office.
Thatcher was reelected, but with a small majority.
Since debate began in 1999, Abrams has been reelected twice.
President Abraham Lincoln was reelected president, defeating.
If he isn’t put in jail, at least he won’t be reelected.
Me myself, rather than see the nigger get reelected, I would have.
popularity and extraordinary success in shaping this economy, you'll be reelected.
Party, not only opened the party’s doors to him –and thus Churchill was reelected a.
She was reelected in 1968 to the Senate, serving until 1972, when she was elected to the U.
out, and the majority sees it's value, they'll change the law to allow you to be reelected.
In just twenty-four hours, he will know whether he has been reelected or booted from office.
For the first time in more than 50 years, a leader of either party in both chambers has not been reelected.
In addition, he is the only candidate since 1988 to have been reelected with a majority of the popular vote.
This is because an assessor who valued a property below its market value had the higher chance to be reelected.
Two weeks later, on November 6, in a historic landslide, Ronald Reagan is reelected president of the United States.
Too tired to stay awake any longer, he plans to fall asleep and then arise to the news that he has been reelected.
Since their father’s being reelected three years ago, the president’s children have been cashing in on his fame.
Roosevelt was elected on one, dead on another, reelected on the third, and then there was Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima at dawn.

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Synonyms for reelect

reelect return