Results for: Candide

In US Presidents

What is a candidate?

A candidate is someone who runs for an office. He is said to be acandidate for that office.
In History of the United States

What is an incumbent candidate?

They are a candidate for re-election to an office that they already have. Obama will be running for President as the incumbent in the next Presidential Election.
In Job Applications

Why are you a suitable candidate?

Many people are considered a suitable candidate because they haveprior job experience. The can also have educational experience,references, and a good work ethic.
In Politics and Government

Where do candidates get their money?

Take a look at the Federal Election Commission Campaign Finance Reports site: You should be able to find out everything you want to kn (MORE)
In Synonyms and Antonyms

What is candid?

1. frank; outspoken; open and sincere: a candid critic. 2. free from reservation, disguise, or subterfuge; straightforward: a candid opinion. 3. informal; unposed: a cand (MORE)
In Elections and Voting

What is whig candidate?

It's a candidate nominated by the Whig Party, one of the major political parties in the U. S. from the 1830s to the 1850s.
In Texas

What is a TBTW candidate?

Texas Back to Work (TBTW) is an employer incentive program in which the company benefits from hiring qualified individuals for open, regular (not temp) positions. The phrase m (MORE)
In Business & Finance

What is EE Candidate?

An "EE" candidate is an "Employment Equity" candidate. The Employment Equity Act is a law that was passed by two countries (Canada and South Africa) where individuals that w (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What was the candide about?

Candide was a satire written by Voltaire. It's about a lot of things, but the story primarily makes fun of some of the philosophies at the time (as seen by Pangloss and his ri (MORE)
In US Presidents

What are the electoral candidates?

I am guessing you mean electors for the presidential election. These people usually do not have their names on the ballot but there are sworn to vote for one of the candidates (MORE)