Until her campaign for governor
, she spent much of her political career moving steadily and quietly through state politics, rarely creating waves or controversy.
After visiting the Chen Ting-nan Memorial Park in Yilan County Wednesday, Lai said he had had the pleasure of serving on a support group for Chen's 1994 campaign for governor
In Florida, Trump is due to campaign for Governor
Rick Scott, who is trying to unseat Democratic US Senator Bill Nelson, and US Representative Ron DeSantis, who is running for governor against Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum.
Asthe campaign for governor
heads into the final two weeks before early voting, Jealous continues to find himself trailing Hogan significantly in the polls including an internal survey released by his own campaign in July and campaign fundraising.
The ostensible purpose of taking that list was to use it to solicit donations for his campaign for governor
.<br />A spokeswoman for Gardner said that on Saturday, Greitens' defense team floated the idea of the governor resigning in exchange for the dropping of the charges.<br />According to the stipulation for dismissal, parts of which were redacted, the circuit attorney agreed to dismiss the case with prejudice "upon receipt of the defendant's resignation from office."<br />Gardner denied, however, partaking in a political "witch hunt" against the governor, as Greitens has long alleged.<br />"There was no coordinated effort on the part of anyone to target him based on his politics," Gardner said.
Valdez announced her campaign for governor
in Austin on Wednesday, telling reporters that she had submitted her resignation as sheriff.
But it remains unclear whether he will talk about a campaign for governor
or his work at the CFPB.
That's why I'm enthusiastically endorsing his campaign for Governor
Christie's reputation suffered from the so-called bridgegate scandal that involved Christie aides causing a traffic nightmare at the entrance to the George Washington Bridge in (http://nypost.com/2016/09/21/mayor-i-lied-about-bridgegate-for-fear-of-christie-payback/) political payback to the mayor of Fort Lee, who had declined to endorse Christie in his last campaign for governor
He describes how he served as a naval officer during World War II and the Korean War, worked as a trial lawyer and business executive, his political campaigns, his attempts to take on the corruption in Chicago and Mayor Richard Daley, his statewide walk during his campaign for governor
, and his time in prison for bank fraud, perjury, and false financial statements.
He later worked in the New York City office of an international law firm and mounted an unsuccessful campaign for governor
of New York in 2006.