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official who won the office in a free election
The numerical value of elected official in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of elected official in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Examples of elected official in a Sentence
It is appalling that an elected official representing the people of Arizona would steal from the poor, while consistently saying she is trying to help the poor.
My duty is one that Congress has given us, which is to use our tools to achieve maximum employment and stable prices and to supervise and regulate banks so that they treat their customers fairly and so that they're strong, well-capitalized and can perform their critical function in good times and bad, that's my job. And I think for me to get into responding to any elected official would be a distraction from that job.
I didn’t give up my First Amendment right when I became an elected official, to the contrary, I swore like the rest of the council to uphold the Constitution, which includes the First Amendment.
Keeping citizens safe should be the top priority of every elected official, last year, we watched as cities across America were ravaged by violence and crime because their leaders repeatedly chose to abandon law enforcement and bend the knee to the radical Left. We are a nation of law and order, and we should be working to support police departments more, not less. City officials who willingly ignore the rule of law, fight to defund law enforcement, and allow chaos to reign supreme, should not be given federal funds – plain and simple.
Former Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening:
He understands what it is like to be the top elected official in a really challenging urban area, including the area of law enforcement, what you've got here is a powder keg in the sense that the community doesn't trust the police and the police doesn't trust the community, amidst a growing sense of poverty and inequity and hopelessness.
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