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united states presidential election, 1788–89

The United States presidential election of 1788–89 was the firs...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1788–89 was the first quadrennial presidential election. It was held from Monday, December 15, 1788, to Saturday, January 10, 1789. It was conducted under the new United States Constitution, which had been ratified earlier in 1788. In the election, George Washington was unanimously elected for the first of his two terms as president, and John Adams became the first vice president.
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Form 10-K/A Thermon Group Holdings, For: Mar 31

StreetInsider.com - 08 Jun 2018
Thermon, Inc., our principal operating subsidiary in the United States, was founded as a partnership in October 1954 and later incorporated in Texas in 1960. At that time, our primary product was a thermally conductive heat transfer compound invented ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Jesse Kumin: Bring change to Boulder's elections

Boulder Daily Camera - 25 Nov 2017
Starting with our first election in 1788, where 94 percent of Americans were disenfranchised, elites designed electoral systems that deliver predictable, pre-determined outcomes through skewed results. ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

The Supreme Court versus the Constitution

National Review - 08 Dec 2017
If the Court upholds the lower-court decision, it will be effectively amending the Constitution to outlaw a practice that has existed since the first federal election, in 178889. How else would one describe a ruling that this longstanding practice ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

US House of Representatives District 11: Mike Conaway (Incumbent)

Odessa American - 04 Mar 2018
United States Representative, TX-11 since 2004. Occupation: Certified Public Accountant, 44 years. Education: Permian High School; East Texas State University, bachelor's in accounting. Family: Spouse: Suzanne Conaway, 26 years married. Children: Brian ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Good Morning!

KWTX - 16 May 2018
In 1788, South Carolina became the eighth state to ratify the United States Constitution. In 1814 ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

HISTORY, May 23: Road ends for Bonnie and Clyde

Shelby Star - 23 May 2018
Today is Wednesday, May 23, the 143rd day of 2018. There are 222 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 23, 1618, the Defenestration of Prague took place as Bohemian Protestants angry over what they saw as a threat to their ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Ector County Justice of the Peace Pct. 2: Sheryl Jones

Odessa American - 28 Feb 2018
At this present time I am a member of the Odessa Pilot Club, holding the office of corresponding secretary, the Odessa Forum, president. I am a Lifetime Member of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. I have volunteered for Meals on Wheels.
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Today in History

Belleville News-Democrat - 16 May 2018
In 1788, South Carolina became the eighth state to ratify the United States Constitution. ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

UPI Almanac for Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018

UPI.com - 09 Jan 2018
They include women's suffrage and peace movement leader Carrie Chapman Catt in 1859; French novelist Simone de Beauvoir in 1908; Richard Nixon, 37th president of the United States, in 1913; author Judith Krantz in 1928 (age 90); football Hall of ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

The Hacks That Broke the Election's Back

The Nation. - 19 Jan 2017
Hamilton and Madison, however, believed that the presidency of the new United States had to be protected from unqualified men at all costs, and so they came up with a plan. They invented the Electoral College. Writing in the Federalist 68 in March 1788 ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Dodd-Frank Is a Pigouvian Regulation

Yale Law Journal - 22 Mar 2018
We therefore conclude that Dodd-Frank's compliance costs are not a mere ancillary effect of the law, but rather support the Act's core purpose by empowering regulators to force SIFIs to divest themselves of their riskiest assets. In doing so ...
united states presidential election, 1788–89

Drawing the Line

The New Yorker - 20 Jun 2016
Sometime around October 20, 1788, Patrick Henry rode from his seventeen-hundred-acre farm in Prince Edward, Virginia, to a session of the General Assembly in Richmond. Henry is now ...

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