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appointee

a person to whom property is granted under a power of appointment.

APPOINTEE. A person who is appointed or selected for a particular purpose; as the appointee under a power, is the person who is to receive the benefit of the trust or power.

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Scholars have focused on one key aspect of performance as agency responsiveness to presidential political control, and extensive empirical evidence underscores the theoretical expectations that appointee placement and ideology influence agency responsiveness.
Current UT System Regent Steve Hicks - who was reappointed by Abbott - and new appointees David Beck and Sara Martinez Tucker were confirmed by sizable majorities two weeks after being grilled by senators during their nominations hearing for more than five hours.
There are more than 40 corporations of the state government, wherein the chairman and non- official directors are political appointees.
The Senate's appointees are Stuart Hill of Searcy, vice president and treasurer of White County Medical Center, and Brenda James of Little Rock, a math coach in the Little Rock School District.
During this feeling-out stage, senators can have significant influence over the President's eventual choice, and GunVoters should already be pushing for pro-Second Amendment appointees.
A pro-Daley voting record isn't a good thing in the black community, so those appointees become more vulnerable during elections," he said.
These pledges, as well as other actions in the president's first few weeks in office, signal that increased ethics restrictions on government appointees, lobbyists and contractors have arrived.
SACRAMENTO (AP) -- The state Senate has rejected one of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's appointees to the California Community College Board of Governors.
The Pension Service will explain the roles and responsibilities of an appointee to you.
The investigation grew out of a briefing for GSA political appointees by J.
When Jack Jennings created the Center on Education Policy (CEP) as a freestanding organization, he asked me, a clearly identified Republican who had been his nemesis on the Hill for six years and a presidential appointee in the administration of George H.
Helsley, an appointee of 3rd District county Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, said Friday he is not a pilot, but does support private aviation.