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Definition of Governorships

Governorship
Governorship Gov"ern*or*ship, n. The office of a governor.

Meaning of Governorships from wikipedia

- Democrats; the House consists of 235 Democrats and 199 Republicans. In state governorships, there are 27 Republicans and 23 Democrats. Among the DC mayor and the...
- had problems and its taxes were too high, he was not interested in the governorship. A February 2014 Quinnipiac poll had shown Trump losing to the more po****r...
- Lieutenant Governor of Virginia from 2014 to 2018 prior to winning the governorship against Republican nominee Ed Gillespie in the 2017 election. Northam...
- candidate, and state Democrats panicked over the prospect of losing the governorship they had held since Reconstruction. Carter soon decided to follow Callaway...
- "Republicans Governorships Rise to Highest Mark Since 1922". U.S. News & World Report. David A. Lieb (November 6, 2016). "Republican governorships rise to...
- Galilee, went to Jerusalem, and was crucified by Roman soldiers during the governorship of Pontius Pilate" Tuckett writes: "All this does at least render highly...
- return to the Vice Presidency,[citation needed] Burr sought the New York governorship in 1804 with Federalist support, against the Jeffersonian Morgan Lewis...
- generally reserved for the royal family, as are the thirteen regional governorships. Long term political and government appointments have resulted in the...
- heavily Republican Congress. Aaron Burr was offered help in obtaining the governorship of New York by Timothy Pickering if he could persuade New York to go...
- 1950s, Ford declined offers to run for either the Senate or the Michigan governorship. Rather, his ambition was to become Speaker of the House, which he called...
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