What makes someone a government official?

A government official is defined as an official who has held a civilian position in the government with or without being elected. This includes both people who have been appointed to serve or who are part of the public administration. While the Federal Government and state governments share power in countless ways, the State must grant power to a local government. In general, mayors, city councils and other governing bodies are directly elected by the people.

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