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“But pension restructuring is never a vote-getter, which is why in Italy, "reforms are passed and then politicians want to defend everyone from them," she said.”
“It means the Milwaukee Brewers have arrived on the national scene," Braun, the top NL vote-getter, said Sunday.”
“But behind the bluster, Mr. Jardim has shown himself to be a friend to Madeira's pro-enterprise ways—even if cutting ribbons at road projects is still the more reliable vote-getter.”
“After Sunday's election in which the clown received about 1.3 million votes -- nearly twice the tally of the next-highest vote-getter in Brazil's congressional races -- prosecutors refiled their motion.”
“After five rounds of voting, Reince Priebus, the Wisconsin GOP chairman, remains the top vote-getter with 67 votes.”
“Priebus, the Wisconsin GOP chairman, was the top vote-getter Friday with 45 votes out of 168 ballots, but a candidate needs 85 votes to win the office.”
“After four rounds of voting, Reince Priebus remained the top vote-getter with 58 votes.”
“Kobe Bryant was the top vote-getter in the NBA All-Star balloting with 2,380,016 votes.”
“Howard's fellow East starters are Wade (fifth appearance) and the Detroit Pistons 'Allen Iverson (10th) in the backcourt and James (fifth) and 2008 leading vote-getter Kevin Garnett (12th) of the Boston Celtics at forward.”
“If Emanuel is able to win more than 50 percent next month, he would avoid an April 5 runoff with the second highest vote-getter.”
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