- Vice-President + elect (Wiktionary)
“Both the President-elect and Vice-President-elect and their families stood and clapped for most of the song – Malia Obama even looked like she took some pictures.”
“There is also a provision in the 20th amendment, if a President-elect and Vice-President-elect fail to qualify, that the Congress can decide who will act as President.”
“Today, once again, our country is piled high with difficulty, and Americans have put their trust in President-elect Barack Obama and Vice-President-elect Joe Biden to think and act anew.”
“Interacting with the media upon Vice-President-elect Joseph Biden's return from a visit to Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq, Obama described al-Qaeda as number one threat for the United States.”
“The caretaker option is legal and it was exercised last month by the Governor of Delaware, Ruth Ann Minner, when she picked a former aid of Vice-President-elect Joe Biden to succeed him as caretaker senator of Delaware.”
“Days later she said that the President-elect and the Vice-President-elect called her to apologize.”
“President-elect Obama and Vice-President-elect Biden understand that we can't recover from this mess and put people back to work if we are gutting the public services that are vital to our communities.”
“Since then he has been very busy in the adjoining town of Fairfield, ostensibly collecting materials for a biography of Vice-President-elect Arthur.”
“Sending Vice-President-elect Henry Wallace to the December inauguration, was the first public demonstration of how close the Avila Camacho camp and the Roosevelt Administration had become in the struggle against pro-fascist forces.”
“President-elect Cannon consults with Vice-President-elect Matthew Fisher regularly and frequently as the appointments are made.”
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