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vice-presidential

Definitions

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  • adj. relating to a vice president or vice-presidency

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Examples

  • Christie has said he's not running for president next year, but his speech marks another sign of his rising status within the national GOP and will keep his name on vice-presidential lists.

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  • The second turning point came when the League of Women Voters decided to sponsor a debate between the vice-presidential candidates, the first ever.

    The Good Fight

  • The 1976 election was the first to feature a debate between the vice-presidential candidates.

    The Good Fight

  • The former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate's appearances conclude Saturday in Orange County at a Republican National Committee rally meant to whip up supporters for the final push toward the November elections.

    Palin In California To Rally GOP Before November Elections

  • Christie also offered up a different piece of advice to Palin Wednesday, saying that if the former vice-presidential candidate wanted to be a contender in 2012, she would have to open up and go off script.

    Chris Christie: Sarah Palin's 'Blood Libel' Comment Was Unnecessary

  • As if in some reverse force-field, Barack Obama, who so impressed the nation with his demeanor and stature as presidential candidate in 2008, has suddenly decided to engage the great fiscal debate at the level of a vice-presidential attack dog.

    Who Do You Trust?

  • In 1984, as the Democratic Party's vice-presidential nominee, she became the first woman to appear on the presidential ballot for a major political party.

    Laid to Rest: Geraldine Ferraro, 1935-2011

  • One-time U.S. vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro's funeral drew hundreds of mourners, including Madeline Albright, Bill Clinton, Walter Mondale and other dignitaries.

    Laid to Rest: Geraldine Ferraro, 1935-2011

  • Tea partier Paladino's John "Mr. Puddles" McCain moment is hardly likely to undercut the prevailing image of the Tea Party as "A hall full of elderly white people in Medicare-paid scooters, railing against government spending and imagining themselves revolutionaries as they cheer on the vice-presidential puppet hand-picked by the GOP establishment."

    Paladino wanders off stage during NY debate

  • He said Sarah Palin had "her own special kind of charisma" and that he had a soft spot for her ever since "she winked at me" during a vice-presidential debate.

    Axelrod on Letterman: 'Witchcraft' brought down seal

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