Example sentences for: incumbents

How can you use “incumbents” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The NYT fronts and the WP carries inside Bill Bradley's speech Monday in which he charged that Al Gore had little interest in campaign-finance reform because the current money-raising system favors incumbents.

  • Cream skimmers profit by selling low cost items at below the incumbents average price.

  • In an attempt to balance the interests, the Commission has decided to retain the sunset date of 2005 as the date after which licensees would not have to pay relocation costs to incumbents but decided that incumbents would not convert to secondary status until and unless an emerging technology licensee required use of the spectrum, regardless of the sunset date.

  • Generally, incumbents do have enormous advantages in clout, money, and name recognition.

  • The Post concludes that yesterday's Republican victories were mostly due to lavish financing, widespread social conservatism among voters, and an unwillingness, bred of the healthy economy, to dump incumbents.


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