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A list of the best public office quotes and sayings, including the names of each speaker or author when available. This list is sorted by popularity, so only the most famous public office quotes are at the top. The authors of these historic public office quotes are displayed next to each quote, so if you see one you like be sure to check out other inspirational public office quotes from that same writer.

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Lofty posts make great men greater still, and small men much smaller. Jean de La Bruyère

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If a large city can, after intense intellectual efforts, choose for its mayor a man who merely will not steal from it, we consider it a triumph of the suffrage. Frank Moore Colby

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No people is wholly civilized where a distinction is drawn between stealing an office and stealing a purse. Theodore Roosevelt

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When you give power to an executive you do not know who will be filling that position when the time of crisis comes. Ernest Hemingway

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A public man must never forget that he loses his usefulness when he as an individual, rather than his policy, becomes the issue. Richard Nixon

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We say that someone occupies an official position, whereas it is the official position that occupies him. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

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The State, in choosing men to serve it, takes no notice of their opinions. If they be willing faithfully to serve it, that satisfies. Oliver Cromwell

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In government offices which are sensitive to the vehemence and passion of mass sentiment public men have no sure tenure. They are in effect perpetual office seekers, always on trial for their political lives, always required to court their restless constituents. Walter Lippmann

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Public employment contributes neither to advantage nor happiness. It is but honorable exile from one's family and affairs. Thomas Jefferson

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Nominee. A modest gentleman shrinking from the distinction of private life and diligently seeking the honorable obscurity of public office. Ambrose Bierce