With only two political parties -- the Congress and the BJP -- and no space for a third formation, incumbency
will be a deciding factor in MP
"Though the election looks like it will go to the wire, the greater likelihood, based on cold-blooded analysis, is that experience, depth and state incumbency
will triumph over youthfulness," said Eldred Masunungure, a professor of political science at the University of Zimbabwe.
"However," the report adds, "the advantages of incumbency
at county level were evidently to the benefit of both political camps.
refers to the difficulty in changing a system where the rules and structures are in the control of those who stand to benefit from them.
To help partners plan their growth and protect their investments, Dell EMC launched the LOB Incumbency
for Storage programme in October 2016.
Locally, it illustrated the power of incumbency
or, in open races, the edge conferred by local experience.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank managing director, Mike Hirst, said, 'Banks and others in financial service industry who currently have incumbency
do have that trust element working for them at the moment.'
"A string of presidents and congresses have shown their compassion for America's aged (and, incidentally, for their own incumbency
) by creating an actuarially unfunded debt of $6 trillion, give or take a trillion.
If he seeks another term, Cochran will run with the advantages of incumbency
, including name recognition and nearly $804,000 in campaign cash already on hand.
But the victor will enter the race next year with a key advantage: four months of incumbency
The essays cover whether constitutions matter; divided government versus incumbency
, party identification, and governmental lead; when population thresholds can be trusted; and whether creditors discipline local governments.