- n. a winner (of a race or an election etc.) whose victory is contested
“The contest is captioned Coleman (contestant) v. Franken (contestee).”
“S.M. Barnes vs G.M. Adams, eighth congressional district of Kentucky in the forty-first congress: Argument for contestee by George Madison Adams”
“The Utah contest for delegate to Congress: George Q. Cannon, contestant, vs. Allen G. Campbell, contestee: the case stated in behalf of Mr. Campbell, ... parties, and other facts bearing on the case by Allen G Campbell”
“Neither party had a majority of all the members present, but there were a number of contested seats on both sides, of which both contestant and contestee were present, and these duplicates being counted, were sufficient to give each party an apparent majority.”
“State law requires a losing contestant -- Coleman in this case -- to pay court costs, but it's less likely the contestee, Franken, would pay if he lost.”
“But the normal practice is for the Vice President, as president of the Senate, to ask the contestee to "step aside" when the oath is administered.”
“(i) objections to the eligibility of the contestee based on specific allegations, by: you @ soon”
“But if there was any doubt concerning the condition of the closed camps and precincts, and the exclusion of representatives of the Democratic party from discussing the issues of the campaign within the precincts comprising the closed camps, it is entirely removed by the testimony of the witness Weitzel, for contestee (Farr).”
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