[ US /nɑnˈpɑɹtəzən/ ]
- free from party affiliation or bias
- a person who is nonpartisan
How To Use nonpartisan In A Sentence
- Nonpartisan observers generally expect almost all the money directed at education to survive in whatever final package emerges from the legislative process.
- One nonpartisan calculation by maplike. org shows the UAW contributed an average of $7,400 to each yes vote it got in the senate. CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2008
- The founder of Politifact, another nonpartisan referee to the daily rumble, said two of the site's five most popular items on its Truth-o-meter are corrections of Glenn Beck.
- The nonpartisan congressional Joint Committee on Taxation has estimated the holiday would cost the federal government about $80 billion over ten years in lost revenue.
- The recall was the first and only nonpartisan city council election in Tucson history.
- After all, since churches risk losing their tax-exempt status for engaging in express advocacy on behalf of a partisan cause but not advocating for or against nonpartisan ballot initiatives, perhaps we should not be surprised by the infrequency of politicking over the pulpit. American Grace
- ROBERTS: Bill Adair is editor of the nonpartisan website, PolitiFact. com. Truth-Squading The Latest Attack Ads
- Photo: #Former Republican Governor Arne Carlson came up with the idea for a nonpartisan summit of former and current lawmakers as a way for Minnesota to better understand what he describes as a pending "economic tsunami. Features from Minnesota Public Radio
- And vote counters should be nonpartisan public servants, not secretive corporations or party hacks.
- They especially object to the insistence that the polling be nonpartisan, saying this will lead to chaos and excessively personalized competition.