• A former candidate for governor of Kentucky, Harlan had been Benjamin Bristow's campaign manager at the 1876 Republican convention, and Hayes had earlier considered him for Attorney General.
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  • Accusations of bad faith were exchanged between the governor and the Senate, after which Garrard nominated John Adair, the popular Speaker of the House.
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  • As he had as governor of Kentucky, Ford gave attention to improving the efficiency of government.
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  • As the campaign progressed, the media compared Hanna and Bush adviser Karl Rove, who was believed by some to hold a Svengali-like influence over the Texas governor.
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  • As with his defeat for governor twenty years earlier, Foraker returned after losing re-election to Cincinnati and the full-time practice of law.
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  • At the ceremony, he became the first recipient of the Isaac Shelby Award, named for two-time Kentucky governor Isaac Shelby, who was chair of the college's first board of trustees.
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  • Beckham was expected to be the Democrats' nominee for governor in 1935, but the death of his son in late 1934 left him distraught and his wife opposed to another campaign.
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  • Collins' efforts in Japan yielded her most significant accomplishment as governor – convincing Toyota to locate an $800 million manufacturing plant in Georgetown.
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  • Desha's hostility for Transylvania and Holley worsened when, in the aftermath of the Isaac Desha trial, a student at Transylvania delivered a speech critical of the governor in the university's chapel.
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  • Fletcher asked for Pence's immediate resignation as lieutenant governor.
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  • He was also reluctant to exchange real power for the nominal power of the governor generalship.
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  • His opposition to prohibition cost him the support of pro-temperance voters and Democratic governor William J.
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  • In 1628 the towns of the Manche Ch'ol were placed under the administration of the governor of Verapaz, with Francisco Morán as their ecclesiastical head.
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  • In 1876 the original Republican nominee for governor dropped out of the race.
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  • In 1903, he supported his son-in-law, Morris Belknap, for governor against Goebel's lieutenant governor, J.
  • Wikipedia: Simon Bolivar Buckner
  • Leisler governed New York until 1691, when a detachment of troops arrived, followed by Henry Sloughter, commissioned governor by William and Mary.
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  • Morrow was frequently mentioned as a potential candidate for vice president in 1920, but he withdrew his name from consideration, sticking to a campaign promise not to seek a higher office while governor.
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  • Nevertheless, the other governors rallied around him, convincing him to remain in the position.
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  • Nunn was reconciled to his son Steve, and when Steve ran for governor in 2003, Louie supported him.
  • Wikipedia: Louie B. Nunn
  • On 1 June 2009, the governor general accepted the resignations of astronomer and inventor René Racine, pianist Jacqueline Richard, and Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte; on 11 January 2010, did the same for Renato Giuseppe Bosisio, an engineering professor, and Father Lucien Larré; and on 19 April 2010 for Frank Chauvin.
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  • On a joint vote of the two houses of the General Assembly, Crittenden was elected 78–59 over governor Lazarus Powell.
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  • On April 27, 1936, when both Governor Chandler and Lieutenant Governor Keen Johnson attended a baseball game in Cincinnati, President Pro Tem of the Senate James Eugene Wise was left as acting governor and recommissioned all 17,000 existing colonels.
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  • On July 1, 1890, the board unanimously agreed to offer the new job to the sitting governor and asked Ross to resign his office immediately.
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  • On top of that, the governor ordered five other Jews arrested.
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  • Prior to his death, he had been the oldest living member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and was the longest-living former Kentucky governor.
  • Wikipedia: Happy Chandler