The commissioners looked at the electoral mess, and concluded that strong steps should be taken to avoid further fiascos.
But commissioners expressed doubts that reprocessing would solve the problem.
Mayor Bill de Blasio sent a proclamation and two commissioners to read it.
When White House then-Chief of Staff Bill Daley told them to work it out themselves, the commissioners took the campaign public.
Basically, the counties of Ohio have these election boards consisting of two commissioners from each major party.
It was also asserted that the commissioners had recognised him as the chaplain of the asylum.
There were four commissioners, two supposed to belong to one party and two to the other.
On March 31, he had been one of the nine commissioners who met to consider the best means of resisting invasion.
The American commissioners were also eager to conclude the treaty.
It was utterly impossible for the commissioners each to examine personally the six or eight thousand applicants.
early 15c., "one appointed by a commission," from Anglo-French commissionaire, from Medieval Latin commissionarius, from commissionem (see commission (n.)). Meaning "member of a commission" is from 1530s.