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This Review contains major "Front-Runner"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Front-runner is a term to describe the leader in a race, whether political or athletic.
- The front-runner is most often anointed by the media who are following the race, and is written about in a different style than his or her challengers.
- The front-runner is LDP general secretary and former foreign minister Taro Aso.
- The front-runner is a coalition of religious Shiite Muslim parties, the United Iraqi Alliance, which dominated the voting in January.
- In June 2003, he said, the front-runner for the nomination was Joe Lieberman, followed by Dick Gephardt and then John Kerry.
- Entering early into the leadership race, Fulton was seen as the front-runner.
- Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi of Milan, 71, is considered by many the front-runner.
- He emerged as front-runner in an internet poll conducted by Iraq.net to find who Iraqis would most like to lead a transitional government.
- When Norman Kirk died unexpectedly in 1974, Rowling emerged as the front-runner to replace him.
- His former foreign minister, Taro Aso, is considered a front-runner to replace him, though Aso said it was too soon for him to comment.
- Carter became the front-runner early on by winning the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary.
- Pedrosa proved his talent beyond any doubt last season, winning in China and at Donington, and being a consistent front-runner.
- Salzburg, in western Austria, is considered the front-runner because of the Alpine country's infrastructure and long tradition in winter sports.
- Barack Obama is of a sudden the front-runner, so his view of the surge merits the closest look.
- Using a Lotus type 69 for two seasons, and despite limited funds, he was able to forge himself into a front-runner in the category.
- One can speak of a front-runner in a sprint or of the "leader" in an election or poll as in a position of leadership.
- Going into the leadership convention, Trudeau was the front-runner, and was clearly the favourite candidate with the Canadian public.
- A front-runner, War Emblem stumbled out of the gates, was forced to rush to catch up and eventually burned out by the final turn, finishing seventh.
- Dixon takes the early lead in IndyCar's new oval championship and becomes a front-runner for the Indianapolis 500, a race he won in 2008.
- He is widely seen as a front-runner for the Republican nomination in the 2012 presidential election.
- And conservatives will beat the drums for McCain, even if they still wish he had not become their front-runner.
- In 1996, McGuinty was elected leader of the at the party's leadership convention in a surprise victory over front-runner Gerard Kennedy.
- Trudeau had endorsed Gerard Kennedy and was particularly critical of the front-runner.
- MPP for Ottawa South since 1990, he was elected leader of the Ontario Liberal Party in 1996 in a surprise victory over front-runner Gerard Kennedy.
- Despite being a newcomer to politics, Kennedy became the front-runner to replace Lyn McLeod as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party in late 1996.
- At the convention, Eves was able to win on the second ballot after Elizabeth Witmer and Tony Clement both threw their support behind the front-runner.
- Eves immediately became the front-runner and most Tory MPP's and members of the party came to support him.
- Ontario Liberal Party
- Gerard Kennedy
- Leadership Convention
- Republican Nomination
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