The President, in his incumbency, didn't have to do a thing to own the middle ground.
Nevada is home to the poster boy for incumbency, Sen. Harry Reid (D), who has represented the state since 1986.
The benefits of incumbency are quite potent, especially in the all-important area of raising campaign funds.
Scandal may be forgiven, and incumbency has its uses, particularly if veteran legislators deliver for their constituents.
Even with all of the advantages of incumbency, President Obama is vulnerable.
During his incumbency he rescued a number of white captives without ransom—a thing before unexampled.
There was one feature of his incumbency which I must not forget, I mean his church catechising.
But, nevertheless, this incumbency of Hogglestock was his all in the world.
Mr. Beardsell was translated to the incumbency of All Saints', and he still holds it.
He willed it that the first week of his incumbency in his new duties should carry him to Schuylerville.