There will be no Oresident Romney to defund Planned Parenthood or appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe V. Wade.
And that means Gov. Chris Christie will need to appoint a successor until a special election, likely to be held this November.
An obscure process of country, district, and state conventions exists to appoint these delegates to the national convention.
Herman Cain promised not to appoint any Muslims who want to kill Americans to his cabinet.
Franklin Roosevelt won congressional authority to appoint six assistants in 1939.
I am also instructed to appoint an executive to fill your place during your absence.
How would it do to appoint you, sir, to give us a few lectures in Hygiene?
Two years later the Archbishop became a cardinal, and was summoned to Rome, with liberty to appoint his successor in the see.
It fell to young Ried to appoint the committee on decoration.
Philip took oath not to appoint any Spaniards to Portuguese offices, and he kept his word to the end of his reign.
late 14c., "to decide, resolve; to arrange the time of (a meeting, etc.)," from Anglo-French appointer, Old French apointier "make ready, arrange, settle, place" (12c.), from apointer "duly, fitly," from phrase à point "to the point," from a- "to" (see ad-) + point "point," from Latin punctum (see point (n.)). The ground sense is "to come to a point (about some matter)," therefore "agree, settle." Meaning "put (someone) in charge" is early 15c. Related: Appointed; appointing.