county commissioner


  1. a member of a U.S. county board overseeing the collection and disbursement of funds and other affairs of the county.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of county commissioner1

First recorded in 1680–90

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Example Sentences

Aimed at insulating elections administrators from political pressures, the law calls for them to be appointed by a bipartisan elections commission rather than by county commissioners.

Dave Eagle, a county commissioner and critic of Carew’s, invited Pressley to speak at the meeting.

Smith had been skeptical about Becerra’s support for Hayungs since the entrepreneur had first pitched his telemedicine company to county commissioners in the summer of 2019.

Later that week, Calvert would send a memo to the court urging his fellow county commissioners to buy 10,000 of the antibody tests.

Both Lyssy and his fellow county commissioner, David Hall, separately recall Hayungs talking about keeping any potential contracts under $50,000, so they wouldn’t have to go out for bid.

Then there was the case of a boy whose daddy was a county commissioner.

He, however, allowed his name to be used on the prohibition ticket for the office of county commissioner.

His political allegiance is given to the republican party and he has served as county commissioner for two years.

He has served as county commissioner for two terms and has made an excellent record in his devotion to the public welfare.

His political allegiance was given to the republican party and he served as county commissioner.

He has served as county commissioner in Idaho and for one term was representative of his district in the Idaho state legislature.





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