ニュースの中での Candidate

コロケーションの例

candidate for reelection 再選の候補者
independent candidate 独立候補者
not a candidate 候補者ではない
presidential candidate 大統領候補
unsuccessful candidate 失敗した候補者

出版物および例文

The Atlantic
· A Nation Without Law, Order, or Justice  
Trump, who ran as the “law and order” candidate, now presides over the very “American carnage” he vowed to end.
The Guardian
· Nirvana: Krist Novoselic praises Trump's 'strong and direct' protest speech  
He offered clarification of his views in a public follow-up post on Facebook: “As an avowed independent, I don’t endorse a major party or candidate.
The Guardian
· PM accused of 'winging' the Covid-19 response: Politics Weekly podcast  
Peter Walker talks to the Lib Dem leadership candidate Layla Moran, and Rajeev Syal reports on the latest restoration plans for the Palace of Westminster
The New York Times
· Venice Glimpses a Future With Fewer Tourists, and Likes What It Sees  
He said he feared that the city’s mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, backed by powerful boating and tourism interests, would turn things back as soon as possible and that there remained no unity candidate to rally opposition in elections this fall.
NBCNews.com
· Joe Biden up 11 over President Trump in new poll  
Both candidates have seen a dip in their favorability from recent Monmouth polls.
The New York Times
· Could There Be a More Difficult Time to Become an Arts Leader?  
But candidates want to make sure that the boards doing the hiring aren’t looking for business as usual.
FRANCE 24
· Poles to vote on June 28 in presidential election delayed by virus  
Poland will vote on June 28 in a presidential election delayed by the coronavirus, the parliament speaker announced Wednesday, as opinion polls suggested a liberal opposition candidate could oust the government-backed incumbent.
FRANCE 24
· Poland to hold presidential election on June 28, after delay due to Covid-19  
Poles will go to the polls on June 28 in a presidential election delayed by the coronavirus, the parliament speaker said Wednesday, as surveys showed a liberal opposition candidate could oust the incumbent backed by the right-wing government.
The New York Times
· Tests for Coronavirus Vaccine Need This Ingredient: Horseshoe Crabs  
The billions of doses of candidate vaccines, and many of the ingredients at many steps in the production process will all have to undergo endotoxin testing.
The New York Times
· China May Sacrifice Hong Kong to Achieve its Goals  
The protests wound down when pro-democracy candidates notched a stunning victory in Hong Kong elections in November, in what was seen as a pointed rebuke of Beijing and its allies in Hong Kong.