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Judge Bert Richardson, a Republican appointee of President George W. Bush, tapped McCrum to investigate a case against Perry.
A Democratic city that elected Democratic leaders is now controlled by the appointee of a Republican governor.
And Bernanke, who came into public life as a Bush appointee, has become a hate object among many on the right.Bernanke Hints at Fed Exit, but Don’t Expect Big Name to Succeed Him|Daniel Gross|June 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jack Lew certainly fits the mold for a high-level Obama appointee.
He spent almost all of his career as an appointee to offices of the federal and state government.
Oftentimes he holds no elective office, but may be an appointee of the government or State.The Cleverdale Mystery or, The Machine and its Wheels|W. A. Wilkins
He scouted the idea of the President's appointment creating a vested interest in the appointee to his salary as minister.Thirty Years' View (Vol. II of 2)|Thomas Hart Benton
Collector Grinnell, Grant's first appointee to that position, found it in force when he came into office.The Life of Lyman Trumbull|Horace White
To this end he went to a village where lived a member of Congress, who, he thought, might make him his appointee.Pike & Cutlass|George Gibbs
The appointee is usually a member nominated by the local members.Pistol and Revolver Shooting|A. L. A. Himmelwright