party boss

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: boss - a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointmentsparty boss - a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments; "party bosses have a reputation for corruption"
pol, political leader, politico, politician - a person active in party politics
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It is thus not open to any cabal or party boss to hand out party tickets to persons whom they select as candidates for election to legislatures.
The party boss said the APC has failed the nation, saying that the onus is now on the PDP to save the country.
The insurance tycoon said Mr Farage could be back as party boss for a fifth stint if Theresa May failed to deliver on Brexit.
Xinhua said on Monday that Chen would move to Xinjiang as its party boss, another unruly part of the country, due to what the government says is a concerted Islamist-backed campaign of violence in a region with a large ethnic minority Muslim population.
NNA - Translate your gains into action by allowing the election of your candidate on time, Lebanese Forces' party boss Samir Geagea, challenged Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah in a series of tweets today.
The station manager, named Fan Jianhui, who also happens to be the local Communist Party boss, the CBS News reports.
Roscoe Conway, a Democratic Party boss in Albany, New York, believes that "fraudulence is the necessary modality for human existence.
When Mao Zedong purged his most senior Communist Party boss, Liu Shaoqi, during the Cultural Revolution, Liu's wife was paraded through the streets wearing pingpong balls around her neck as a symbol of wicked decadence and extravagance.
Liverpool party boss CorporalWearing Badley refused an inquiry, suggesting the offending material had been posted by "other people".
Silver Patriarch has sired useful performers under both codes, including dual Listed winner Party Boss on the Flat and Persian War Novices' Hurdle hero Rimsky.
Rahm Emmanuel, the Democratic Party boss, made news last week when he suggested that freshmen House Democrats avoid appearing on Comedy Central's Colbert Report, fearing they might be made to look foolish through clever editing (wouldn't be the first time).