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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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Old-fashioned vetting and review by a legislator's staff may be missing if the officeholder tweets or blogs directly.
Even when there is no formal diversion to an officeholder (or a former officeholder), Regs.
Only two Texas GOP lawmakers have added their voices to the calls for Trump to step aside, and they occupy unique positions in a political universe where most Texas GOP officeholders are men who need only win the GOP primary to hold office.
Present-day officeholders of the Protective Society, who are long-time members, insist that the Protective Society did not discriminate against women as regular members, and ascribe the non-participation of women to their historical lack of socio-political consciousness, since most of them were domestic servants.
Records show she contributed $1,500 to council members' officeholder accounts in the past year.
Right now, for Republican Texas officeholders, the folks are not around.
Special interests bankrolling a November ballot measure to give Los Angeles City Council members an extra four-year term have also contributed $129,000 to council members' political campaigns and officeholder accounts, according to city Ethics Commission records.
Mattox said Schwarzenegger is the first major Republican officeholder he can remember who has come to the church to court African-American voters.
Little-known officeholder accounts are allowing Los Angeles leaders to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars each year in private contributions from lobbyists, real estate developers, unions and other special interests.
It has a lot in common with the GOP event: fancy downtown hotel (the new JW Marriott just down Congress Avenue from the Texas Capitol), suggested contributions/dinner packages of up to $25,000, state officeholder as headliner and so on.
The City Charter says a seat can be declared vacant if an officeholder is absent for more than 30 days.
An outgoing officeholder hands an incoming officeholder three numbered envelopes, saying they offer time-tested advice for any crises the new officeholder might encounter.