Certainly we know from our own experience how very difficult it is when you've lost an election that perhaps a lot of people were expecting you to win.
In the past, the Republican Party has depended on unified support at election time from Evangelical Christians. But times are changing!
As dismayed as Americans are with the influence of the special interests that finance election campaigns, they've been reluctant to embrace the alternative: taxpayer-financed elections.
I think the main thing we can do, whether you agree or not, I don't think that's the real issue, the real issue is this November and there's an election.
Winning the election is a good-news, bad-news kind of thing. Okay, now you're the mayor. The bad news is, now you're the mayor.
Magic Johnson, former basketball player, may run for mayor of L.A. in the next election. Remember the good 'ol days when only qualified people ran for office like actors and professional wrestlers.
Especially in local elections, because hardly anybody pays attention to those - but it's really important who's mayor and who's on the city council, county commissioners, sheriffs, district attorney, and of course the school board.
In New York, we had primary elections for mayor. To improve their chances, all five candidates changed their name to Rudy Giuliani.
As Mayor, I will fully support my Arts Commission and its professional selection committees so that they can commission a full range of public art that is daring and, when appropriate, daringly traditional.
I remember seeing the song in some diners on the selection gadget that plays records at the table while you were eating. We were never told if the songs ever got on any charts.
I don't know much about Americanism, but it's a damn good word with which to carry an election.
What is frustrating people, me included, is that democratic action affects elections but what we get then from political leaders is greenwash.
Can we pray for the re-election of George Bush?
We have got this Damocles' sword of Standard and Poor's hanging over us, with the commitment they have made to review Britain's credit rating in the summer of 2010 after the general election. Everybody in Britain has a vital interest in ensuring that the triple A credit rating agency is maintained.
Growing up in politics I know that women decide all elections because we do all the work.
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