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Use "officeholders" in a sentence
"Latin American officeholders have traditionally abused their advantages, which is why re-election was banned practically everywhere."
"In Charlie's case, goddamn it, he might have had some appreciable effect on any number of things, including the election of other black officeholders, that is to say state legislators, if he had gone in the Democratic primary."
"In the words of my late friend Robert Byrd, politicians have become full-time fund-raisers and part-time officeholders."