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


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  • A majority of the feminazi women out there who won't vote for Obama are still made that Hillary got outcampaigned and outsmarted.

    CNN Poll: Majority of Dems want Clinton to be VP

  • The Clintons in 2008 are outdated, and apparently, outcampaigned, and now, out of luck.

    Schneider: Same party, different cultures

  • Both Clinton and Obama have very similar takes on the hot-button issues, but yu are willing to veer way to the right because your beloved candidate was outcampaigned and fundraised?

    Senator says Obama VP search team discussed 20 names

  • Once his early registration advantage comes in, it will be clear that she got outcampaigned at the grassroots level.

    Poll: Clinton Ahead By Seven In Indiana

  • But as a candidate to be Sen. Obama's running mate, the veteran Delaware senator outcampaigned rivals by successfully arguing that his benefits outweighed some considerable baggage.

    Biden Camp Pressed Hard

  • MCCAIN: In that old Beach Boy song, Bomb Iran -- bomb, bomb, bomb -- anyway, every campaign I've ever been in my life I have outcampaigned all of my opponents and I'm confident that I will.

    CNN Transcript May 15, 2008

  • Every campaign I've ever been in my life, I've outcampaigned all of my opponents.

    CNN Transcript Sep 8, 2007

  • Smith will not be outcampaigned, Goodell will not be outflanked.

    NYT > Home Page

  • She was outspent and outcampaigned by Joe Mesi and his Responsible New York benefactors.

    Buffalo Pundit

  • Labor was outcampaigned by a Liberal outfit with less money to spend, less time to prepare and a steady focus on knifing each other in the back. - Comments


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