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  • adjective Of or pertaining to a mayor or a mayor's office.

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Examples

  • I hate when I read the word mayorial or when I hear it stated out loud.

    More LAUSD "Real Deal"

  • Now Mayor Holden is claiming that the other three candidates are not interested in talking about the issues, but it seems to me that if that were the case, why are they in these forums talking about issues while Mayor Holden leaves the audience wondering what kind of mayorial events he's doing … er rather, attending to.

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  • There is no such thing as a 'mayorial riding' in Vancouver.

    You're spending a cool half-mil of my money on WHAT?

  • Watts has picked up a few mayorial endorsements in the Valley and Lt.Col. Rick Noriega is getting the endorsement of some big statewide Democrats Monday.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • Watts has picked up a few mayorial endorsements in the Valley and Lt.Col. Rick Noriega is getting the endorsement of some big statewide Democrats Monday.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • MrEd makes reference to to Sen. Campbell's 'old mayorial riding'.

    You're spending a cool half-mil of my money on WHAT?

  • It is interesting that the mayorial takeover of Seattle schools is being pushed by Senator Murray. he supports gay marriage and has said that acceptance of gay marriage will come incrementially.

    Sound Politics: Onward Christian Soldiers

  • If there is some form of mayorial control, does this mean that kids are the pawns in an election and what are the spoils to be paid to interest groups in terms of control of the public school curriculum?

    Sound Politics: Education Quagmire

  • There is no movement in the school choice arena because so many of our "leaders" have kids in private school and the political power brokers want to advance their position - mayorial control for example, and education of kids comes after that.

    Sound Politics: Yes, It Is Your Fault, Ms. Brodeur

  • Though I cannot vote for mayor as I don't live in the city, who wins the mayorial race affects our lives too.

    About that TMAPC story - BatesLine

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