One who offers himself, or is put forward by others, as a suitable person or an aspirant or contestant for an office, privilege, or honor; as, a candidate for the office of governor; a candidate for holy orders; a candidate for scholastic honors.
n.: A person who gets money from the rich and votes from the poor to protect them from each other.
A player who competes in the eliminating contest for the privilege to challenge the World Chess Champion. The Candidates â€™ matches are the final eliminating stage of the competition to decide the World Championâ€™s opponent in the title match.
Prospective graduating student seeking a degree at Purdue University Calumet.
The next step beyond Postulancy for a person who has been recommended by the Bishop and accepted by the Standing Committee as a Candidate for Holy Orders.
A person who stands for election to Parliament.
A person who stands for election to the Legislative Assembly. Candidates can be nominated by political parties or stand as independents.
person who seeks, or is nominated for an office; a nominee
A soldier who has been accepted for officer training.
a person who contests an election, either as a party representative or as an independent.
Any person who seeks nomination for election, election to, or retention in public office, or any person who seeks election as ward or township committeeman in counties of 3,000,000 or more population (Cook County), whether or not such person is elected.
A person registered on the organ transplant waiting list. When an organ is offered on behalf of the candidate, he or she is then referred to as a Potential Transplant Recipient (PTR).
An individual seeking nomination or election to a government office.
Someone putting themselves up for election. Once Parliament has been dissolved, there are no MPs, only candidates.
a precandidate who has a nomination in an authorized category (also referred to as a nominee)
a politician who is running for public office
someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc.)
a child for whom the State agency is either seeking a removal or fulfilling the statutory requirement to attempt to prevent removal from the home
a legal or natural person who participates in the first phase of the tender on invitation in a limited or negotiating procedure by means of tendering through direct dealing
an eligible elector who nominates for election to the Legislative Assembly or the Legislative Council
an individual seeking work within the Human Resources function
an individual who seeks nomination for election, or election to office, in the District of Columbia, whether or not such individual is elected
a nominee for a certain position such as a job or an office
a person or other entity seeking nomination to a particular office , prize or honor
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a person seeking election for or retention of judicial office by election
a person seeking election or reelection to a judicial office
a person seeking public election for or public retention in judicial office
a person seeking selection for judicial office by appointment, or a person who knows he or she is being considered for appointment to judicial office by an appointing authority
a person seeking selection for or retention in judicial office by election or appointment
a person who gets money from the rich, and votes from the poor,then protects them from each other
A person standing for election to either the House of Representatives or Senate.
A candidate is a person who is in the initial stages of becoming an ordained minister or entering an institute of consecrated life. In religious communities, a candidate is sometimes called an aspirant or postulant.
A candidate is any person presenting for assessment. The candidate may be: a learner undertaking training in an institutional setting a learner/worker undertaking training in a workplace a learner/worker wanting their skills recognised or any combination of the above.
Someone standing for election to public office. In the 2004 London elections there are no official candidates until the close of nominations on 13 May 2004.
The person undertaking an assessment.
An individual actively seeking an elected public office. | There were four candidates for the legislative seat. [ Lesson 5
a person who is running to be elected in an electoral district. Candidates can be independent or represent a recognized political party.
A person who is running for office.
A person running for office in an election.
A person who seeks or is nominated for a political office.
A person who has been accepted for Search.
A person who is nominated for election to government.
Section 118A of the RPA specifies the date on which a person becomes a candidate at a parliamentary or local government election. Where a person has previously been declared (whether by himself or someone else) to be a candidate at the relevant election, he becomes a candidate on:(at a parliamentary by-election) the date on which the parliamentary vacancy occurs;(at a parliamentary general election) the date of the dissolution of parliament;(at an election under the Local Government Act) the last day for publication of notice of election. Where a person has not previously been declared a candidate, he becomes a candidate on:(at a parliamentary by-or general election) the day on which he/she is declared to be a candidate, or the date on which is he/she is nominated (whichever is the earlier);(at an election under the Local Government Act) the date on which he/she is declared to be a candidate, or the date on which he/she is nominated (whichever is the earlier).
A person chosen to represent apolitical party for a certain electoral district or a person who runs as an independent in an election; a person who stands for election.
A person who is a New Zealand citizen who is enrolled as an elector and who has been nominated with his or her consent for election to Parliament as an electorate candidate, or a list candidate, or both. (Electorate candidates do not not have to be enrolled in the same electorate or on the same roll-type as the electorate for which they are standing.)
The person at the centre of the questionnaire.
A person who seeks or is nominated for an office or honor.
Any individual who seeks nomination of election to a city office. An individual is a candidate when the individual files a notification and declaration for nomination for office with the County Clerk or Secretary of State, or is nominated for office by a political party, or files a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate with the County Clerk or Secretary of State.
A person who is nominated to stand for election to Parliament.
someone who stands for election.
A person whose performance is being assessed by the assessor