- n. Plural form of candidate.
“In a “majority vote wins” election, voting for anyone other than one of the two-most-likely-to-win candidates is throwing your vote away. perhaps it is time for you to move to some quiet place where the leaders are chosen by a complex method of rock, paper, scissors”
“Liverpool move up to eighth, and will practically be on the tails of the title candidates if they can overcome managerless Newcastle United on Saturday.”
“Hideous lies about the opponent and vagaries from the candidates is about all we tend to get.”
“The code word drips appeal and imagery in the ads and the campaign stump shouts from the candidates is a surefire sell for a bitter reason.”
“Above the faces of the candidates is a box that says "State".”
“What we are waiting from all the candidates is the convincing arguments come November and why we should vote for any of them. joseph”
“Of course, the personna of the candidates is a major factor.”
“This time he's going after what he calls the candidates 'embarrassing positions on Cuba.”
“The biggest divide between the candidates is their stances on vouchers, Dornan explains.”
“How the Tigers could fire one manager, Larry Parrish, and then hire a recycled manager with a losing record, Phil Garner, without interviewing any other candidates is amazingly behind the times.”
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