inaugural election

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When only 46% of the electorate voted in the inaugural election, there was quite a bit of handwringing in the political class.
Since the BBWAA began electing Hall of Fame candidates in 1936, only once -- in that inaugural election -- have five candidates earned enough support for election.
Mr Roddick who stood as an independent and won the inaugural election last November, faced being stripped of the PS100,000 a year post, which would trigger a PS1 million plus election re-run.
Mr Jones said he had received hundreds of letters, calls and emails since the inaugural election in November and believed it was "essential" people could raise issues with him.
According to the Outcast Media's Inaugural Election 2012 Pump Poll, Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate, has beaten Democrat incumbent Barack Obama, 51% to 49%.
The electoral law was crafted under the 1997 Constitution and governed the inaugural election of the Senate.
If found guilty of breaching electoral law, Mr Roddick who stood as an independent and won the inaugural election in November, faces being stripped of the PS100,000 a year post, which would trigger a PS1 million plus election re-run.
ATP's newest Division, ATP-Europe, held its inaugural election in which three individuals were selected for officer positions: Eric Shepherd, CEO of Questionmark, Inc.
To mark the first anniversary of the inaugural elections, PCCs are gathering today in London to discuss how they can maintain and increase public confidence in policing.