, as to run for elective office or fill a particular post.
a person in whose name title to real estate or ownership of stock is held but who is not the actual proprietor or holder.
a person who is nominated to an office or as a candidate
a. a person or organization named to act on behalf of someone else, esp to conceal the identity of the nominator
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He has the thinnest résumé of any nominee in living memory.
Often these stories end with the withdrawal of the nomination or the nominee quietly removing himself from consideration.
The first option was to distance himself from the nominee, or withdraw the nomination.
The politics of envy, as explained by the likely nominee.
These ratings provide an evaluation of a nominee's integrity, professional competence and judicial temperament.
If the nominee is chosen as a winner, with the nominee's permission, the full social security number will be used as necessary.
Increase the suggested per-nominee fee for intermediaries that coordinate the proxy and mailing activities of multiple nominees.