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    FOR GOVERNOR

    do i write "he runs for the governor" or "he runs for governor"

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    Re: FOR GOVERNOR

    Quote Originally Posted by Sasaki View Post
    Do I write "he runs for the governor" or "he runs for governor"?
    If he is trying to be elected governor, use "runs for".

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    Re: FOR GOVERNOR

    He runs for (the office of) Governer. )

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    Re: FOR GOVERNOR

    Quote Originally Posted by JTRiff View Post
    He runs for (the office of) Governer. )
    Sorry if I'm picky, but I think you meant "Governor". I don't think "governer" is an accepted spelling.

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