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Yarborough handily won the match, 587,030 (74.6 percent) to Whittenburg’s 185,926 (23.6 percent) at a time before the Republican Party of Texas became competitive at the congressional level. Whittenburg, as a Senate candidate, advocated a…

… recovery programme to target the Christmas season.When the Minister of Works, Adeseye Ogunlewe, was dismissed in March 2006, he was promoted to Minister of Works.He was later subject to a Senate inquiry into his conduct while in this office.

Wyoming is a Republican bastion. The last Democrat to win a senate election was Gale W. McGee in 1970. The last Democrat to win the At large seat was Teno Roncalio in 1978. The last time the Democrats controlled the Wyoming House of…

Representatives on 2 November 2005. A senate inquiry was held into the Bill from 14 November 2005 to 22 November 2005. The length of this was criticised by the Opposition as being too short. A survey by the Workplace Authority found that although…

Wood was a member of the Nuclear Disarmament Party (NDP), and was its candidate at the NSW Vaucluse by-election in 1986. The NDP had failed narrowly to win a Senate seat in the 1984 federal election, when Midnight Oil singer Peter Garrett…

Wolfson was nominated to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey by President George W. Bush on August 1, 2002 to a seat vacated Nicholas H. Politan. Wolfson was confirmed by the Senate on November 14, 2002 on a Senate vote and received her commission on December 4, 2002.

With the prospect of the Motoring Enthusiast and Sports parties each winning a senate seat despite getting to the 14.3 percent quota with preference flows from record-low primary votes of 0.5 percent in Victoria and 0.2 percent in Western…

With the passage of the 1940 Amendments to the 1935 Constitution, a bicameral Congress was established with a House of Representatives and a Senate. The House of Representatives way of representation was like that of the Philippine Assembly, while the Senate’s members were elected at large.

… pressure, and on 18 January 1996, Law Number 96/06 enacted a new Constitution in Cameroon. The main changes came in Article 14, which established a Senate as the upper house of legislature, and Article 6, which extended the president’s term limit…

Adamson became the Legislative Council of the Province of Canada’s chaplain and librarian. The position was made a sinecure in 1851, and Adamson held it until 1867, when he became a Senate librarian. He only stayed there for a few months, before resigning. Shortly afterward, Adamson died in Ottawa, Ontario on 7 August 1868.

Court who did not attend law school. Pitney had a stronger anti-labor record than Taft’s other appointments, and was the only one to meet opposition, winning confirmation by a Senate vote of 50—26.

… for life. The Second Republic returned to a unicameral system after 1848, but soon after the establishment of the Second French Empire in 1852, a Senate was established as the upper chamber. In the Fourth Republic, the Senate was replaced by…

With support from both the House of Representatives and the Senate, the fate of STS-135 ultimately depended on whether lawmakers could agree to fund converting the mission from launch-on-need to an actual flight. On 15 July 2010, a Senate committee…

With a dictator as well as a senate, the senate could veto any of the dictator’s decisions. At any point before a motion passed, the proposed motion could be vetoed, usually by a tribune. If there was no veto, and the matter was of minor…

Winner, who received statewide attention after leading a Senate investigation of the Spitzer administration in 2007, considered running for New York State Attorney General in 2010. He was also mentioned as a potential candidate to run…

Wilson was finally confirmed as Secretary of Defense by a Senate vote of 77 to 6, and began his duties in the Pentagon with his standing somewhat diminished by the confirmation debate.

… chosen by the Liberal Party to fill a Senate vacancy in 1971 and celebrated his maiden parliamentary speech with a boomerang throwing display on the lawns of Parliament. Bonner went on to win election at the 1972 election and served as a…

… of New Jersey by President George W. Bush on January 25, 2006 to a seat vacated by John Winslow Bissell as Bissell assumed senior status. Wigenton was confirmed by the Senate May 26, 2006 on a Senate voice vote and received her commission on June 12, 2006.

Whitewater Student Government (WSG) is the students’ governing body. It consists of a senate, a president, a vice president and an executive board. WSG has the primary responsibility for the formulation and review of policies concerning student life, services, and interests according to Wisconsin State Statute 36.09(5).

White worked in both Nixon’s 1960 presidential run and Goldwater’s 1964 run. Briefly, between the two campaigns, White lived in Hawaii to marry her husband, Stuart C. White (later divorced) who was stationed there with the Navy. While in Hawaii, White worked for a Senate campaign and in the office for a U.S. House Representative.

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