[ UK /kˈændɪdəsi/ ]
[ US /ˈkændɪdəsi/ ]
  1. the campaign of a candidate to be elected
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How To Use candidacy In A Sentence

  • There has to be a standard, a level where the candidacy is based on merit rather than on luck.
  • He was left in limbo by Scottish Labour's Executive, which refused to endorse his candidacy until Fife police concluded their investigations into the case.
  • Moreover, candidacy for technical membership has to be proposed and endorsed by council members.
  • Tancredo told the Denver Post Monday morning that he expects to launch his candidacy at noon Mountain Time. Tancredo to make third-party bid for Colorado governor
  • What he needs more than his rivals is a compelling issue (maybe a critique of the administration's civil-liberties record) to give his candidacy heft.
  • Vis-a-vis entitlement: my main objection to Sen. Clinton's candidacy is my abiding belief that political dynasties are antithetic to democracy. Richardson Defends Bill Clinton From McCarthyism Charge ��� But Blasts Carville
  • CLEVELAND - County supervisor Clyde Mueller will not be seeking another term in 2010 after filing his noncandidacy form with the county clerk. The Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter Latest Headlines
  • Newt Gingrich, whose candidacy has floundered, argued repeatedly with the debate panel over what he described as "gotcha" questions when his internal campaign problems and contradictory statements came up. News -
  • Few expected that he would declare his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the presidency.
  • Don't you get one day of declaring your candidacy for the White House before you have to answer a dumb, horse-race question like that?
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