- v. present participle of campaign.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The campaign of a candidate to be elected.
- n. the campaign of a candidate to be elected
“He made his name campaigning against Chinese domination of the country's industry and the treatment of its workers.”
“If her campaigning is as intelligent and sensible then I can see the voters of Ed Central backing her all the way.”
“Shame on you Senator Clinton; such kind of campaigning is not what I would want from my former First Lady.”
“I shall not campaign or participate in any state which schedules a presidential election primary or caucus before Feb. 5, 2008, except for the states of Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and South Carolina, as "campaigning" is defined by rules and regulations of the DNC.”
“But this kind of campaigning is a sign of weakness ...”
“We have therefore extensively consulted with Trans people groups at various levels and from various contexts to identify a focus that could be common to most organisations involved in campaigning on Trans issues.”
“Which of these is the real story of an innovation in campaigning in the week's news?”
“A third-party candidate for governor of New York might not expect much attention in a race dominated by Democrat Andrew Cuomo, a practiced political heir campaigning from the powerful platform of attorney general, and Republican Carl Paladino, an excitable multimillionaire whose gaffes have grabbed headlines.”
“Opposition candidates are already facing more difficulties in campaigning than they did in 2005, Egyptian civil society monitors have every reason to fear that they will not receive full credentials and access to polls, and international observers are once again being rebuffed.”
“However, precisely because these detailed laws exist - and because campaigning is a very costly business, subject to a permanent type of inflation-cum-arms race - in recent decades America has developed myriad practices to enable that cash to flow indirectly.”
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