- n. the act of being elected after already being elected once, and already having served out one's first term.
- re- + election (Wiktionary)
“He needs to be disabused of the notion that his reelection is a mandate for ever more extreme nativism.”
“Think Progress » Palin: Obama could win reelection if he ‘played the war card’ and declared ‘war on Iran.’”
“Palin: Obama could win reelection if he ‘played the war card’ and declared ‘war on Iran.’”
“First she offers her suggestion to the president for how he can win reelection and follows that with a consideration to run herself.”
“While some seemed surprised that such a high-profile elected representative who is likely to win reelection wouldn't back Boehner, Bachmann's spokesman, Sergio Gor, said last week that the response was a much ado about nothing.”
“Even worse, if Lungren does win reelection and becomes Chairman of the House Administration Committee, he would have jurisdiction over campaign finance regulation -- Lungren would be responsible for regulating the same shadowy corporations that are funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars to save him.”
“And yet she is still a solid frontrunner to win reelection in 19 days time.”
“Ted Strickland (D) win reelection, after Strickland raised nearly half a million dollars Sunday with President Obama.”
“Cantor is considered the prohibitive favorite to win reelection in November against Democrat Rick Waugh”
“Kaine and Nye will be joined by Rep. Bobby Scott (D), who is expected to easily win reelection next week.”
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