from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Of or relating to a governor.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to a governor: as, a gubernatorial election; gubernatorial duties.
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- adjective Pertaining to a governor, or to government.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to a
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- adjective relating to a governor
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The issue has emerged, however, in gubernatorial campaigns in Minnesota and Iowa.
Ehrlich's promise to roll back an O'Malley sales tax increase, clamp down on spending and approve more charter schools failed to generate the same momentum that helped Republicans win gubernatorial elections last year in New Jersey and Virginia.
TARP has also reared its head in gubernatorial races.
Denver Post: Hickenlooper outraises McInnis in gubernatorial race
We are also making two other ratings changes in gubernatorial races:
GOP victories in gubernatorial races could give them a big advantage in future congressional redistricting.
Thanks to the 2010 Census, the stakes are especially high in gubernatorial and state legislative races around the country -- because these officials will have major influence over the gerrymandering process.
In a worrisome sign for Democrats, the GOP streamrolled liberal candidates in gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia on Tuesday.
The union has also donated a total of $5 million to the Democratic Governors Association and Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, making it the top donor to the Democrats 'efforts to win gubernatorial and state-legislative races.
* Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker -- "Saturn":
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