nonpartisan : Definition, Usages, News and More

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non por tuh zuhn

  • n  a person who is nonpartisan
  • a  free from party affiliation or bias

  • Nonprofit, nonpartisan group tracks fundraising by the front-runners.
  • The Youth Vote Coalition, a national nonpartisan alliance of diverse organizations, is dedicated to increasing political and civic participation among young people.
  • PTI poses the question to Josephine Johnston, associate for law and bioethics at the nonpartisan research institute, the Hastings Center.
News & Articles


  • Michael Bloomberg in Daily Telegraph
    If a candidate takes an independent, nonpartisan approach - and embraces practical solutions that challenge party orthodoxy - I'll join others in helping that candidate win the White House,Mr Bloomberg said.
  • Barack Obama in Economic Times
    Concrete measures should include increased transparency of the electoral process, prevention of local government abuse, a nonpartisan election commission, release of remaining political detainees and the lifting of all restrictions on the... Gordon Brown 940 News Dec 15, 2006 68108 90839 nonpartisan I am pleased that these outstanding individuals will lend their talents to ACUS's vital mission of providing nonpartisan, practical assessments and recommendations to improve agency procedures and operations," the US President said in a statement.

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