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  • With an oath he rejected the suggestion that he accept a position as Herbert Hoover's running mate, and he attackedthe Republican Convention's platform and the methods by which it had selected its nominees.†   (source)
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  • It would have no way of knowing who the next nominee would be.†   (source)
  • Some of the nominees had declined the offer for lack of interest or because they could not afford the $800 that being a debutante would cost, including the entrance fee, the price of a gown, the expense of hosting a social event, and incidentals.†   (source)
  • It was performed in Chicago on the same night in May 1860 that Lincoln was confirmed as the Republican nominee for the presidency.†   (source)
  • And since their rejection might stigmatize the nominee and reflect badly on the President's judgment, they will rarely reject a nominee except when there are strong reasons.†   (source)
  • The qualifications of voters or nominees are defined in the Constitution and Congress can't change them.†   (source)
  • But as the campaign utterances of Democratic nominee Al Smith of New York began to fall into line with Norris' own views, he was confronted with the most difficult political problem of his career.†   (source)
  • The Democratic nominee for United States Senator in New York expressed his deep shock at the Taft statement and his certainty it would be repudiated by "right-thinking and fair-minded Americans."†   (source)
  • And the Democratic nominee for Governor told his audiences that if Senator Taft had ever seen the victims of Nazi concentration camps, he never would have been able to make such a statement.†   (source)
  • The Republican Senatorial candidate, former Governor John Bricker, was not only a close ally of Taft but had been the Vice Presidential nominee in 1944 as running mate to Governor Dewey.†   (source)
  • But the essence of the man and his career was caught in a tribute paid to the Republican Senator from Nebraska by the Democratic Presidential nominee in September, 1932: History asks, "Did the man have integrity?†   (source)
  • In 1928, despite his continued differences with the Republican party and its administrations, the Nebraska Senator was one of the party's most prominent members, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a potential Presidential nominee.†   (source)
  • Charles Evans Hughes in 1920 was neither a Congressman nor a Governor—but he was the most prominent lawyer inthe country, a former Governor, Supreme Court Justice and Presidential nominee, and under active consideration for further public office.†   (source)
  • In October of 1946, Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio was the chief spokesman for the Republicans in Washington, the champion of his party in the national political arena and the likely Republican nominee for the Presidency in 1948.†   (source)
  • The 1944 Republican Presidential nominee, and Taft's bitter rival for party control and the 1948 nomination, New York's Governor Thomas E. Dewey, declared that the verdicts were justified; and in a statement in which the New York Republican nominee for the Senate, Irving Ives, joined, he stated: "The defendants at Nuremberg had a fair and extensive trial.†   (source)
  • In August, some six weeks further on, were to be held the county Republican and Democratic conventions at which were to be chosen the regular party nominees for these respective offices.†   (source)
  • He would get active in the union again, and perhaps try to get an office, as he, Harper, had; he would tell all his friends the good points of Doyle, the Republican nominee, and the bad ones of the "sheeny"; and then Scully would furnish a meeting place, and he would start the "Young Men's Republican Association," or something of that sort, and have the rich brewer's best beer by the hogshead, and fireworks and speeches, just like the War Whoop League.†   (source)
  • It is slyly and maliciously intended to convey to this jury that because I am the Republican nominee for judge of the county, it is impossible for me to properly and fairly conduct the prosecution of this case.†   (source)
  • It wants to have a House of Commons which is not weighted with nominees of the landed class, but with representatives of the other interests.†   (source)
  • …beautiful lost swimmer, the ennuye, the onanist, the female that loves unrequited, the money-maker, The actor and actress, those through with their parts and those waiting to commence, The affectionate boy, the husband and wife, the voter, the nominee that is chosen and the nominee that has fail'd, The great already known and the great any time after to-day, The stammerer, the sick, the perfect-form'd, the homely, The criminal that stood in the box, the judge that sat and sentenced…†   (source)
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