left-of-center left-of-center


  • (adj) believing in or supporting tenets of the political left



  1. Firmly planted in left-of-center politics, the new Minister reflects the nation's postmeltdown retreat from the right, as demonstrated in recent polling data.
  2. Kennedy's left-of-center politics made him an unlikely choice.
  3. Like Crowther, Tyerman is a liberal in politics and a conservative in economics; thus the Economist's slightly left-of-center line is unlikely to change.


  • State troopers using airplanes to find distracted drivers

    The Ohio State Highway Patrol is teaming up with West Virginia State Police and officers in four other states to stop distracted drivers and prevent distracted-driving-related crashes. This week's initiative is part of a six-state project that uses airplanes to help troopers find distracted drivers. Troopers said they look for aggressiveness and drivers going left-of-center on the road, among ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: WTOV 9 Steubenville


  • "I think the Democratic Party is a left-of-center party. We Republicans lost our way and paid a price for it in the last election," McCain said.
    on Mar 2, 2007 By: John McCain Source: Deseret News

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