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Incumbent

Any officer in a company, especially a large corporation. Incumbents include the CEO, managing director, and members of the board of directors. Corporations usually must provide an incumbency certificate, which lists the names and positions of the corporation's officers, on demand of any member of the public.
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Synopsis of Deciding the Official Opposition when Parties are Tied Factors Start of a Legislature During Legislature Incumbency + + Convenience - + Popular Vote + - Party Status + + Policies - - Legend: + = applicable - = inapplicable
They're already a trusted partner of CPD, but we chose them not only for their incumbency, but also because we're confident that they fully share our commitment to excellence.
For the half dozen or so House members who successfully make the leap to the Senate each election year, When Incumbency Fails is required reading.
In May 1990, when Hoagland's campaign chest and poll ratings reflected the huge bulge of incumbency, he quietly returned Yanney's $11,400, "to inoculate himself," says Cwiklik, "from anticipated charges of serving special interests on the S&L bill.
PrecisionMed's samples are provided to our customers free of commercial incumbency and all samples are appropriately consented for scientific use.
A dramatic increase in independent expenditure committees, coupled with the continuing power of incumbency, has weakened Los Angeles' campaign-spending reforms, according to a study released Tuesday.
Extreme dissatisfaction with IDS has caused customers to take to IPS with vengeance, divesting IDS vendors of their incumbency.
When the Congress adopted a resolution to carve out Telangana as the 29th state it imagined that it could salvage its strength in its southern bastion -- Andhra Pradesh -- despite a twoterm incumbency.
The power of incumbency, especially long-term incumbency, can be overwhelming.
There is a lot of anti- incumbency and a win is unlikely.
But as congressional lifers like Berman show, the advantages of long- term incumbency can be nearly impossible to overcome.