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Vice President

A senior manager in a corporation. While the duties of a vice president vary from company to company, the title often refers to the head of a department. For example, a company might have a vice president of operations, a vice president of human resources, and so forth. A vice president reports directly the president or CEO of a company.
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Garcia said after the revision of ballots in Camarines Sur, Negros Oriental and Iloilo, he would next seek a recount of results for the vice presidential race in the BARMM provinces due to massive violence, fraud, preshading of ballots and substitution of voters.
Also speaking in favour of removal of subsidy, the vice presidential candidate of ACPN, Galadima, said the country should do away with subsidy as 'it has not improved efficiency.
EDT - Donald Trump promised to live-tweet the vice presidential debate Tuesday night, but he mostly seemed to be having a restrained night. Halfway through the debate, most of his tweets didn't represent his usual flurry of comments, and were instead re-tweets from supporters.
Two other vice presidential picks, Sarah Palin and Joe Biden -- both tapped in 2008 -- were rated slightly more positively than negatively.
As an example for a running mate with a negative impact on the ticket, Dickinson mentions Republican candidate John McCain's controversial vice presidential pick Sarah Palin."There is some evidence that in 2008 Sarah Palin may have depressed support for McCain slightly."
In Visayas, the leading vice presidential candidates were Escudero with 27 percent, Robredo with 21 percent and Cayetano with 18 percent.
Lewis-Beck and Rice's work soon inspired similar analysis of the vice presidential home state advantage.
Despite the importance of the office of vice president, however, the presidential debates tend to receive far more attention than do the vice presidential debates.
It summed up how the McCain campaign has tried to frame the only vice presidential debate of the election, with Mrs Palin as "Joe 'six pack' American" taking on the Washington establishment represented by veteran politician Mr Biden.
The McCain campaign has hinted at attempting to mute Obama's post-convention bounce in the polls by introducing the presumptive Republican vice presidential nominee early on Friday morning, Aug.
There wasn't one column that had anything decent to say about Hillary," said Ferraro, the 1984 Democratic vice presidential nominee.
If Richmond were so fortunate to be picked as one of the presidential or vice presidential debate sites, it would take nearly a million and a half dollars to pull off the event, the mayor says.

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