American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The organized activity or an instance of soliciting money or pledges, as for charitable organizations or political campaigns.
- fund + raising (Wiktionary)
“Allison Hayward, vice president for policy at the Center for Competitive Politics, which favors loosening campaign-finance limits, said the increase in fundraising is a sign of a healthy democracy.”
“The former Vermont governor warned that if the party allowed the four moderates to further water down the bill (or defeat it altogether) it could lead to primary challenges or a drop in fundraising from the party's base.”
“So far the fundraising is apparently going very well, and Dr. Isis says If you keep visiting the way you are now (or maybe one extra click more a day to help a sister out? or maybe you would tell one friend about the blog?) we're going to be able to do something much bigger than I initially anticipated we would.”
“He tried very hard to maintain a firewall between politics - which he defined as fundraising - and government work.”
“I keep buying lottery tickets --- the "I'll take money from no one, serve only one term, therefore not spend my term fundraising, work only for the people" with $25 million behind it would slaughter him.”
“At the time of his phone call, he’d climbed in fundraising from the March reports we saw — when he was at $12,000 to Litzow’s $30,000 — to about $20,000, he said.”
“Haley can be considered a long shot, since she trails in fundraising and has a more limited political resume than her opponents.”
“That would be at least $1.6 million more in fundraising than the DNC's counterpart, the Republican National Committee, which reported bringing in $11.4 million last month.”
“CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Toomey tops Specter in fundraising « - Blogs from CNN. com”
“Los Angeles Times: Boxer tops potential challengers in fundraising”
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