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  • Anyone familiar with St. John's Mayor and likely Dan-didate wannabe Andy Wells, left, Photo cbc.caunderstands that one result of his presence anywhere is that a functional entity like a board or a municipal council quickly becomes dysfunctional.

    Andy Wells: Not in the public interest

  • If there was a provincial seat open in a St. John's seat, Keith might run there, but since the place is already chock-a-block full he can look at earning the favour of his Fearless Leader and run as a Dan-didate for the Premier's federal political party, soon to be announced.

    Keith Coombs: poseur future Dan-didate

  • Offal News dissected the whole question of Kent's political opportunism when Kent finally announced his intention to be a Dan-didate - six months after he'd made the decisions and six months after Bond Papers outed Kent's switch from federal Liberal to provincial Dan-didate.

    This didn't take long...

  • Maybe he is planning on running as a Dan-didate either provincially or federally next time out.

    Another Dan-didate?

  • Steve Kent, member of the federal Liberal party and now a Dan-didate wannabe.

    This didn't take long...

  • He showed that it did not necessarily lead to choosing the pairwise majority can - didate.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Since the engine was dead, the Hurricane, a can - didate for anyone's junk heap, stayed put at the edge of the field in which he had set her down.

    The HurricaneStory

  • That year I preached thirty-six times, at each of the presiding elder's appointments; and the follow - ing spring, at the annual Methodist Conference of our district, held at Big Rapids, my name was pre - sented to the assembled ministers as that of a can - didate for a license to preach.

    The Story of a Pioneer

  • But this commendation had not then come to light, and the main reliance of the Democrats in capturing the popular good-will was their can-didate for the Vice-Presidency, Colonel Richard M. John-son, of Kentucky.

    Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White, Volume I

  • House can - didate Bill Flores this week, saying the Republican lied during a February debate when he said he voted for his GOP runoff opponent,

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