governor's race

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Noun1.governor's race - a race for election to the governorship
campaign, political campaign, run - a race between candidates for elective office; "I managed his campaign for governor"; "he is raising money for a Senate run"
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Ronnie Musgrove unseated Briggs in the lieutenant governor's race. State Rep.
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John Kennedy says he'll announce whether he's entering the Louisiana governor's race before Dec.
Since early 2017, Pritzker's campaign has spent $135.9 million, compared to $71.5 million by Rauner, the Chicago Tribune reported They are breaking the previous record total of $112 million that was spent on the Illinois governor's race four years ago, when Rauner put $65.3 million -- including $27 million of his own money -- toward defeating Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn.
There's always crossover voters and more so in the governor's race than Senate races because the federal races are typically tied to the president and are far more partisan, he said.
Scott Rhodes of Sandpoint, Idaho, has been linked to the robocalls taking over Iowa and most recently, Florida, promoting anti-immigration rhetoric and attempting to influence a governor's race by circulating racist commentary.
An NBC News/Marist poll last week had a 4-point spread in the Senate race and a 19-point spread in the governor's race.
OKLAHOMA CITY The governor's race might be getting the spotlight, but voters also finalized the primary for the rest of Oklahoma's top statewide races.
To suggest that Matt Flynn should have dropped out of the governor's race because of whom he represented in the past is not only embarrassing for those making the accusations; if it had occurred, it would have set a dangerous precedent for the future of political races.
There was no governor's race in Duke Energy s home state in 2014.
The governor's race in Wisconsin, which saw Republican incumbent Scott Walker pull out a victory, was also a big draw.
But the grand prize goes to the 1839 governor's race, in which it took a joint legislative committee to determine that 102,066 votes had been cast, meaning that 50 percent plus one vote, or 51,034 votes, were needed for election.

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