The GOP added one-net governorship
to its total with a win in North Carolina.
The first phase (1711-18) was connected with the introduction of the governorships
, which, like Pisar'kova, he sees as motivated by the need to enhance army revenue collection and troop mobilization by transferring authority for these tasks out of the old central chancelleries (prikazy) into the hands of the new governors and their chanceries.
On average, since 1960, by the third and fourth years of a four-year presidential administration, the President has lost four seats from his first year, thus losing not only that one "coattail effect" seat, but three more governorships
In a survey of all the polls in the races, Hotline, the political news wire, said Republicans would still end up with a majority of the governorships
if the numbers held up.
Today, the Republicans control most governorships
and statehouses and are ramming through copycat legislation focusing on God, guns, and gays, as well as the rollback of regulation all across the country.
Before the election, Republicans held 27 governorships
, Democrats 21, and Independents 2.
That's why the GOP controls the governorships
in nine of America's 10 largest states.
In addition to projections for each surveyed state, Harris Interactive will issue a national projection for the presidential vote as well as project Electoral College outcomes, and net partisan swings in Senate seats and governorships
Nigeria: Nigeria s ruling party has been swept out of all governorships
in the southwest region, which includes the economic capital Lagos, local media reports of results from this week s polls showed Thursday.
The Republicans currently hold thirty-two governorships
to the Democrats' seventeen -- and few of either party can be called liberal.
Sunday's election races also included six governorships
, 32 of 128 federal senators, all 66 members of the Mexico City assembly, six state legislatures and 260 mayors.
House of Representatives, state governorships
, and various state commissions.