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  • s  filled by appointment rather than by election
    a nonelective office

  • Since his renomination in June he had left the burden of his campaign to nonelective Cabinet members who could not ask for votes in their own right.
  • Hampton students will cast their ballots not only for President and Vice President but also for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and many another nonelective official.
  • Once again, progress toward full democracy was liable to be discussed: Figueiredo will step down from the country's most important remaining nonelective political office in .
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  • Horsford Recovering From Heart Bypass Surgery
    WASHINGTON - Rep. Steven Horsford underwent heart bypass surgery Monday in a Washington-area hospital, his office said. The nonelective operation was a success, and Horsford is starting a recuperation that will take at least several weeks, according to
    July 1, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal

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