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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of electioneer.

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Examples

  • In the past he has actively "electioneered" for office, said Levy, who teaches sociology at Marlboro College.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • I'm envisioning a big mass wedding of gay and lesbian couples, with announcements sent to every Republican officeholder, every anti-gay propagandist, every church that unlawfully electioneered on behalf of Proposition 2.

    Michael Schaub: Project Texile: Bringing Gay Marriage Back to Texas

  • Viral videos share gaffes alongside electioneered laughs, and the online debates are coming.

    Let the Two-Way Conversation Begin

  • He had faith; he was certain that if Lincoln were alive, he would be electioneering for Mr.W. G. Harding — unless he came to Zenith and electioneered for Lucas Prout.

    Babbit

  • As only eight fellows could be given places on the regular crew in the shell, and Buck's five cronies were all eager to be ranked as members, they electioneered for him most industriously.

    Fred Fenton on the Crew or, The Young Oarsmen of Riverport School

  • Harding—unless he came to Zenith and electioneered for Lucas Prout.

    Chapter 14

  • He had faith; he was certain that if Lincoln were alive, he would be electioneering for Mr.W. G. Harding -- unless he came to Zenith and electioneered for Lucas Prout.

    Babbitt

  • The men electioneered and handed cards to thought my name was Jazz.

    The Iron Puddler

  • Mr.W. G. Harding -- unless he came to Zenith and electioneered for

    Babbitt

  • He enlisted all Ohio, and they all electioneered with all their might, and no one knew that the question would come up.

    Letters and Journals 02]

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