a person who is nonpartisan.
- non·par·ti·san·ship, noun
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How to use nonpartisan in a sentence
For the thousands of local, mostly nonpartisan officials who administer elections, the most urgent need was money.The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election | Molly Ball | February 4, 2021 | Time
A joint statement released by Pepco and WIN says WIN, which was founded in 1996, is a “broad-based, multi-racial, multi-faith strictly nonpartisan, District-wide citizens’ power organization, rooted in local congregations and associations.”Pepco CEO says D.C. equity, job creation program open to LGBTQ people | Lou Chibbaro Jr. | January 29, 2021 | Washington Blade
It also offers some general recommendations, including a congressional commission on nonpartisan election reform.
Haley Swenson is a writer and researcher and the deputy director of the Better Life Lab, a work, gender, and social policy program at the nonpartisan think tank New America.This country is a risky place to be a parent, and the pandemic reminded me of that | Haley Swenson | January 14, 2021 | Washington Post
Just as journalists eventually developed a code of ethics, there is also a place for editorial standards in our online media landscape developed through independent, nonpartisan and transparent processes.What the 1798 Sedition Act got right — and what it means today | Kaitlyn Carter | January 14, 2021 | Washington Post
And perhaps most enticingly, at least to employees I spoke with, the network would be staunchly nonpartisan.
To be fair, there are nonpartisan, academic roots to the vision of the Cold War as a model of stability, not volatility.
The nonpartisan Cook Political Report has currently classified the Colorado Senate race as a tossup.Democratic Senator Calls on CIA Director to Resign | Ben Jacobs | July 31, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“They need more watching than members of Congress,” says Bert Brandenburg, executive director of the nonpartisan Justice at Stake.
For instance, in 2012, nonpartisan pollster Gallup whiffed and showed Romney ahead on Election Day nationwide.The Cantor Prediction Is Part of a Pattern: GOP Pollsters Stink | Kristen Soltis Anderson | June 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
North Dakota blows down the nonpartisan League and discovers that darned thing was loaded in both barrels.One Third Off | Irvin S. Cobb
Indignation at the defeat of the bill resulted in the birth, in February 1915, of a new political party, the nonpartisan League.North Dakota | Various
A treatise on agricultural credit, wheat trade, and politics, with a chapter on the birth of the nonpartisan League.North Dakota | Various
Some farmers objected to the Grange because it was a secret organization; others, because it was nonpartisan.The Agrarian Crusade | Solon J. Buck
Since this is a nonpartisan article designed to promote good feeling it will probably be just as well not to go into this.Seeing Things at Night | Heywood Broun
British Dictionary definitions for nonpartisan
not partisan or aligned, esp not affiliated to, influenced by, or supporting any one political party
- nonpartisanship or nonpartizanship, noun
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