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Electoral history of Jay Inslee

This is the electoral history of Jay Inslee, the 23rd Governor of Washington since 2013. He previously served in the Washington House of Representatives from 1989 to 1993. He was also a member of the United States House of Representatives from Wa ...

1928 Ohio gubernatorial election

The 1928 Ohio gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1928. Republican nominee Myers Y. Cooper defeated Democratic nominee Martin L. Davey with 54.79% of the vote.

1932 Rhode Island gubernatorial election

The 1932 Rhode Island gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Democratic nominee Theodore F. Green defeated incumbent Republican Norman S. Case with 55.20% of the vote.

Cud (disambiguation)

Cud is the portion of food regurgitated by a ruminant. Cud or CUD may also refer to: Cursor Down ANSI, an ANSI X3.64 escape sequence Cud, a lump of metal on a coin caused by a die defect Connected Urban Development, a private/public partnership, ...

Stefan Muller

Stefan Muller may refer to: Stefan Muller footballer born 1988, German footballer who currently plays for Karlsruher SC Stefan Muller footballer born 1974, retired German footballer Stefan Muller linguist, German linguist Stefan Muller footballer ...

Goring

Goring-on-Thames, village and parish, Oxfordshire Goring-by-Sea, West Sussex Goring Heath, village and parish, Oxfordshire Goring Gap, geological feature on the River Thames near Reading, England Goring electoral division, an electoral division i ...

Klingsor

Klingsor may refer to: Fictional figures: Klingsor, the magician who prophesies the birth of Saint Elisabeth of Thuringia Klingsor, painter and protagonist of Klingsors Last Summer by Hermann Hesse Klingsor, magician in Richard Wagners opera Pars ...

Ryan report

Ryan report, or Ryan Report, is usually a name for a government document with a principal contributor named "Ryan". Due to the prevalence of "Ryan" as both a surname and a given name, several documents are known by this name, either formally or c ...

Sushil Biswas

Sushil Biswas was an Indian politician from West Bengal belonging to All India Trinamool Congress. He was a legislator of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.

VPP

Vanuatu Presidential Party, a political party in Vanuatu Volunteer Political Party, a short-lived loyalist political party in Northern Ireland Vietnam Populist Party, a Vietnamese illegal party Vermont Progressive Party, third party based in Verm ...

HRP

Happiness Realization Party, a Japanese political party Haryana Republican Party, a political party in Haryana, India Human Rights Party disambiguation

FDP

Free Democratic Party Germany German: Freie Demokratische Partei in the Federal Republic of Germany Fiji Democratic Party Florida Democratic Party in the United States Popular Democratic Front Italy Italian: Fronte Democratico Popolare Free Democ ...

Ciao Bella

Ciao Bella may refer to: "Ciao Bella", DJ Hamida song featuring Lartiste from DJ Hamida album Mix party 2018 Ciao Bella Gelato Company, American Italian company specializing in gelatos and sorbets "Ciao Bella", Madonna song from the album Madame ...

Blackshirts (disambiguation)

Blackshirts were originally the paramilitary wing of the Italian National Fascist Party. Blackshirts or Black Shirt may also refer to: "La Camisa Negra", a 2006 song by Juanes which translates to "The Black Shirt" Schutzstaffel SS, Nazi military ...

Subhuman

Subhumans Canadian band, a Canadian punk rock band SubHuman_:_Human_Imprint, a label founded by DJ Dieselboy and Steve Gordon subHuman album, a 2007 music album by Recoil "Subhuman" Garbage song, a song by rock band Garbage "Subhuman" a song by a ...

Elna

Elna, California, a former settlement in California, USA Elne, a town in Catalonia known as Elna in Catalan Elna, Kentucky, an unincorporated community in Johnson County, Kentucky, USA

Radical Liberal Party

Radical Liberal Party may refer to: Radical Liberal Party, a fictional left-wing Confederate party and the main opposition of the Whig Party in the Southern Victory series Radical Liberal Party Luxembourg, a political party in Luxembourg Radical ...

Broad Front

Broad Front may refer to: Broad Front Uruguay, Uruguayan coalition of parties Broad Front for Democracy, Panamanian political party Broad Front UNEN, Defunct Argentine political coalition Broad Front Peru, Peruvian political party Broad Front Chi ...

Asghar Massombagi

Asghar Massombagi is an Iranian-Canadian film director, most noted for his 2001 film Khaled. Born and raised in Tehran, he moved to Canada at age 18, and studied film at Simon Fraser University and the Canadian Film Centre. He made the short film ...

List of VTV dramas broadcast in 2020

This drama airs from 21h40 to 22h30, 1st to 4th lunar-new-year days on VTV1. Re-release version airs on the same channel in Weeknight Prime-time slot.

Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (disambiguation)

Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe is a transnational political alliance. Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe may also refer to: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party, the European political party Alliance of Li ...

HIA

Northern Ireland Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry or HIA Inquiry Health Initiative of the Americas, a advocacy group in California Hauppauge Industrial Association, an American trade organization Hemp Industries Association, a North America ...

NXT

NXT North American Championship NXT UK Tag Team Championship NXT UK Womens Championship NXT Womens Championship NXT Tag Team Championship NXT Cruiserweight Championship NXT United Kingdom Championship, formally known as the WWE United Kingdom Cha ...

Free Democrats

Free Democrats may refer to: The Free Democrats Denmark Free Democrats Norway Movement of Free Democrats Cyprus Free Democratic Party Germany Free Democrats Ireland Free Democrats of Arjeplog Free Democrats Czech Free Democrats South Africa Union ...

Democracy and Development

Democracy and Development occurs in the names of many African organisations and political parties: National Union for Democracy and Development in Burkina Faso National Alliance for Democracy and Development in Gambia Union of Forces for Democrac ...

Alianza

Alianza Petrolera F.C., Colombia Alianza F.C. Panama Alianza Atletico, Peru Alianza F.C., San Salvador Alianza Lima, Peru Alianza Universidad in Huanuco, Peru

Roberto Kriete

Roberto Jose Kriete Avila is a Salvadoran businessman. He is currently president of Grupo Kriete, Kingsland Holding in The Bahamas, the largest minority shareholder of Avianca Holdings, President of Aeroman and investor of Applaudo Studios. Found ...

AOV

AoV or aortic velocity, the speed of blood flow in the aorta of the heart Automatic opening vent, a window or roof light that will open mechanically to allow smoke to be evacuated out of a building Arbitrary Output Variable, a feature of RenderMa ...

Sharon Keogan

Sharon Keogan is an Irish independent politician who has been a Senator for the Industrial and Commercial Panel since April 2020. Keogan started out her political career on the Fianna Fail national executive, however having failed to secure a nom ...

Undo (disambiguation)

"Undo" Rush of Fools song, a 2007 song by American contemporary Christian band Rush of Fools "Undo" Sanna Nielsen song, a 2014 song by Swedish singer Sanna Nielsen "UNDO", a song by Japanese rock band Cool Joke, the theme from Fullmetal Alchemist

ASG

Arkansas State Guard, active during World War II Labour and Social Justice – The Electoral Alternative Arbeit & soziale Gerechtigkeit, a left-wing German political party founded in 2005 AS Gien, a French association football club Gomera Socialist ...

National Liberation Movement

A national liberation movement is an organization engaged in a war of national liberation. National Liberation Movement may refer to: National Liberation Movement Guatemala, an anti-communist political party, close the Guatemalan military The Yug ...

Popular election

Popular election or popular vote may refer to: In United States presidential elections it connotes the total number or percentage of votes cast for a candidate by voters in the 50 states and Washington, D.C., as distinguished from the electoral c ...

Runoff voting

Runoff voting can refer to: Exhaustive ballot, a reiterative voting system, whereby rounds of voting continue with or without elimination until one candidate achieves a majority, also called repeated balloting Instant-runoff voting, an electoral ...

Allerton waste recovery park

Allerton waste recovery park is a waste recovery and incineration site located on a former quarry at Allerton Mauleverer, near Knaresborough, England. It is operated by AmeyCespa on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council and City of York Counci ...

Carl Hamilton

Carl or Karl Hamilton may refer to: Karl Didrik Hamilton, on the list of governors of Orebro County Carl Hamilton American football, New Mexico Lobos football coach Carl Hamilton Governor on List of governors of Ostergotland County Carl B. Hamilt ...

Edward Hyde

Edward Hyde may refer to: Edward Hyde died 1665, British MP for Salisbury Edward Hyde fictional character, The Antagonist of Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Edward Hyde priest 1607–1659, English royalist cleric Edward Hyde Governor of North ...

Dan Hicks

Dan or Daniel Hicks may refer to: Dan Hicks sportscaster born 1962, sportscaster Daniel Hicks, player/owner of the West Virginia Wild basketball team Daniel Hicks, Vogue Italia cover model Daniel Hicks, a fictional character in Nothing As It Seem ...

Exarch (disambiguation)

An exarch was a military governor within the Byzantine Empire and still is a high prelate in certain Christian churches. In fiction, exarch can mean: In the Dark Ages continuation of BattleTech, the title of Exarch is that of the elected chief ex ...

All the Time in the World

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, the fourth installment of the Spy Kids franchise "All the Time in the World", an episode from season 5 of the TV series Alias "All the Time in the World", an episode of the TV series Tales of Tomorrow adapting ...

Slowpoke

Slowpoke or Slow Poke may refer to: Fictional characters: Slowpoke Rodriguez, character in Looney Tunes Slowpoke, a fictional species in the Pokemon universe Slow Poke Transformers, a fictional character Slowpoke Antonio, Jerrys cousin in the ani ...

Amy Smith

Amy Smith may refer to: Amy Greenwood, married name Smith, fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours Amy Smith swimmer Amy C. Smith, American classical archaeologist Amy B. Smith, inventor of appropriate technology for develop ...

Snakehead

Snakehead may refer to: "Snakehead" Fringe, a 2009 episode of the television series Fringe Snakehead, a pejorative term for the Goauld in the fictional universe of Stargate SG-1 Snakehead fish, a family of fish known by their family name Channida ...

Client

Client or The Client may refer to: Client album, a 2003 album by Client Client band, a British synthpop band Client ancient Rome, an individual protected and sponsored by a patron Client computing, hardware or software that accesses a remote serv ...

Good cop bad cop (disambiguation)

Good Cop Bad Cop Productions, American production company notably behind Live from Daryls House Good Cop, Bad Cop film, a 1994 American action thriller film "Bad Cop/Good Cop", a character voiced by Liam Neeson in The Lego Movie" Bon Cop, Bad Cop ...

Running Scared

Running Scared 1986 film, an action/comedy buddy cop film starring Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal Running Scared 1980 film, an action film starring Ken Wahl and Judge Reinhold Running Scared 1972 film, a drama film starring Robert Powell Running ...

Hot pursuit (disambiguation)

Hot Pursuit 2015 film, a 2015 American comedy film starring Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara John Schneiders Collier & Co. – Hot Pursuit, a 2006 film Hot Pursuit 1987 film, a 1987 American action comedy film starring John Cusack Hot Pursuit 20 ...

The Whole Truth

The Whole Truth 1958 film, a British film directed by John Guillermin The Whole Truth TV series, a 2010 American legal drama series "The Whole Truth" Lost, an episode "The Whole Truth" The Twilight Zone, an episode The Whole Truth 2016 film, an A ...

Deathbed

A deathbed is a place where a person dies or lies during the last few hours before death. Deathbed or Death Bed may also refer to: "Deathbed", the final track from Relient Ks album Five Score and Seven Years Ago in articulo mortis, Latin for "at ...

Snap Judgment

The title Snap Judgment may refer to: Snap judgment, a quickly-made decision Snap Judgment may also refer to: Snap Judgment TV program, a 1999–2000 American legal comedy television program that was broadcast on CourtTV Snap Judgment game show, a ...