Another name for a legislator running for re -election?
Incumbent- The person holding a particular political office. Generally, an incumbent seeking reelection has a better chance of winning than those challenging the incumbent do. Incumbent- The person holding a particular political office. Generally, an incumbent seeking reelection has a better chance of winning than those challenging the incumbent do.
A person who votes in the presidential election but does not vote for a congressional candidate in the same election is known as what?
When you are running on a road you are acted upon by frictional force of the road.Is there another force of friction acting on you?
What type of document would be best to thank your legislator for coming to speak to your chapter of FBLA?
I would use a formal letter format (your legislator person's address at the top), preferably on your school's letterhead (since it has your school's logo and looks much more official). After you print out the letter, sign your name, the president's name, or your chapter member's names. If you have the address for his office, put it in a school envelope and mail it to him (or her), or, if possible, give it to him…
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 who is running president and whose name is on the ballot. So when you vote for a presidential candidate, you are really voting for his slate of electors.