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appointee

A person formally appointed to a post (e.g., a consultant), usually via an appointments committee.
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There are more than 40 corporations of the state government, wherein the chairman and non- official directors are political appointees.
The Senate's appointees are Stuart Hill of Searcy, vice president and treasurer of White County Medical Center, and Brenda James of Little Rock, a math coach in the Little Rock School District.
During this feeling-out stage, senators can have significant influence over the President's eventual choice, and GunVoters should already be pushing for pro-Second Amendment appointees. Senators need to be hearing from constituents frequently, demanding that they make it clear to their colleagues and the President that they will vehemently oppose any appointment to the, high court of someone who does not express a clear understanding of, and support for, the Second Amendment.
"A pro-Daley voting record isn't a good thing in the black community, so those appointees become more vulnerable during elections," he said.
This report provides brief background information and selected views on the role of some of these appointees and discusses selected appointments in the Obama Administration.
He said Republicans voted against confirming Albiani to protest Democrats' rejections of at least four other qualified appointees because of their political views.
The investigation grew out of a briefing for GSA political appointees by J.
When Jack Jennings created the Center on Education Policy (CEP) as a freestanding organization, he asked me, a clearly identified Republican who had been his nemesis on the Hill for six years and a presidential appointee in the administration of George H.W.
For reasons that will quickly become understandable, I have been uncomfortable with all the condemnation of political appointees that has followed in the wake of Katrina.
Bloch's continuing stonewalling in response to complaints of antigay discrimination signals a profound change in a federal executive branch policy that has endorsed nondiscrimination since 1978, according to Elaine Kaplan, a Clinton appointee who headed the OSC from 1998 until 2003.
Zaleski was expecting the political appointee and three or four of his lieutenants.
In my opinion, the Medicare article highlighted what was very., very wrong about the Clinton administration's treatment of health care providers and DeParle's role as his political appointee at HCFA.