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Pretty damn straightforward: Elect, and reelect, a Democratic president.Only Eight Years of President Hillary Can Take the Supreme Court Away From Conservatives | Michael Tomasky | June 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The big things that did not go wrong for Netanyahu may be enough to reelect him.
Is it true that the more you get from the federal government, the more likely you are to reelect its head honcho?Romney’s Wrong: Government ‘Gifts’ Won’t Make You Vote Obama | Alex Klein | November 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It bears noting that nearly 80 percent of practicing Catholics voted unsuccessfully to reelect Sarkozy back in May.
Hurricane Sandy had helped reelect Barack Obama by giving him a chance to be a president.Nor’easter Brings Dangerous Beauty to Rockaways After Hurricane Sandy | Michael Daly | November 8, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The tendency, especially among the more conservative unions, is to reelect these officers year after year.The Armies of Labor | Samuel P. Orth
The "Douglas Democrats" wished to reelect Shields, the present incumbent.Abraham Lincoln, Vol. I. | John T. Morse
Schimmelpenninck is their chief magistrate only for five years, if so long; but you may add that they may reelect him.Memoirs of the Court of St. Cloud, Complete | Lewis Goldsmith
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