unity ticket

Related to unity ticket: Dream Ticket

unity ticket

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Austral a how-to-vote card in a union election associating Labor and Communist candidates
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The Tories pushed for an election, where the national unity ticket took 67 per cent of the vote and all but 61 seats in the Commons.
POC unity ticket mulled MVP offers helping hand !-- -- Abac Cordero (The Philippine Star) - July 4, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Forming a unity ticket can be considered as an alternative solution to the boiling leadership issue that has rocked the Philippine Olympic Committee and Philippine sports in general.
But if Clinton puts Sanders on the ticket, she might be able to circumvent a divisive convention battle in the name of a unity ticket.
In other Cruz news, Politico reported Monday evening that the Cruz campaign has been exploring a "unity ticket" with former GOP presidential rival Marco Rubio.
Poe and Escudero will definitely join the presidential and vice presidential race .The forming of grand unity ticket will be a significant step towards national unity," a source says.
The youngest woman MP to be elected was Republican Bernadette Devlin who ran on the Unity ticket in Mid-Ulster in 1969 at the age of 21 years and 11 months.
His aspirations for Muslims in Southern Mindanao to have significance in a political landscape dominated by Christian politicians came to the fore in 2007, he ran for the senatorial elections of the Arroyo administration Team Unity ticket. Unfortunately, he lost in the electoral contest.
Even so, he was reelected in 2004, delivering the DPP an historic outright victory despite his two rivals in 2000, the KMT's Lien Chan and former KMT heavyweight James Soong, putting aside their differences and forming a unity ticket.
Clinton's chances of being on the ticket seem more likely to end if she loses the nomination -- at least according to Democrats' weak support for an Obama-Clinton unity ticket.
Johnson was a stalwart Southern conservative from Tennessee who opposed the Confederacy during the war and served as Abraham Lincoln's vice president on a national Republican-Democrat unity ticket in 1864.
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