Fourth Circuit Public Defender, where incumbent
Matt Shirk faces William Charles "Chuck" Fletcher.
In the Palmdale School District, incumbents
again were ahead.
That isn't bad, though it is noticeably below what the last two incumbents
who won reelection had at this point in the election cycle: Reagan's approval was 54 percent and Clintons was 56 percent.
Position 5: incumbent
Maureen Weathers (two-year unexpired term)
Nearly 81 percent of the 146 candidates who faced incumbents
in mostly black and Latino wards faced objections, compared with 44 percent in predominantly white wards.
Relevant to this article is whether new entry by an airline is viewed by existing competitors as a "credible" strategy and whether incumbents
and new entrants are likely to arrive at lower price competitive equilibria or higher price collusive equilibria.
An updated version of Abramowitz's measure of the Ideological Distance between the voting record of incumbents
and the ideological leanings of their state is also included in the model.
The simple truth is that campaign contributors respond to high incumbent
reelection rates more than cause them.
If all incumbents
were at the same point on the spectrum as the median voter of their districts, all incumbents
would win reelection.
All three fixed-line incumbents
share TeliaSonera as either a majority or significant shareholder, with Latvia the only country where it does not hold majority ownership.
Board of Health Co three-year term; incumbent
Gary Menin and newcomer Sue Valentine took out papers.
LANCASTER -- No elections will be held in November for four Antelope Valley school board seats because either the incumbents
are running unopposed or the number of candidates seeking office is the same as the number of vacancies.