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  • v. Present participle of outraise.

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Examples

  • At the same time, they've had political advantages to get their message out, such as outraising Republicans on campaign dollars, pushing education initiatives and presiding during a span largely marked by growth and prosperity in the state.

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  • This year, the balance has been reversed, with Republicans outraising Democrats by $30 million, according to the action fund's analysis, which is based on data from the Center for Responsive Politics.

    Records broken for fundraising

  • Former Missouri state Treasurer Sarah Steelman (R) raised $208,000 in December for her campaign against Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), outraising the senator during the abbreviated year-end filing period.

    Mitt Romney flexes his financial muscle

  • Comstock outraising Vanderhye from a greater number of donors to establish a solid cash-on-hand advantage doesn't hurt either.

    34th District Seat In Peril For Democrats

  • You were outraising in the early days, slowing down, with this last up tick and you STILL have less money than the Repubs.

    DNC brings in $11.5 million in October

  • Despite the fact that his phone number was found in the logs of a Washington prostitution service in 2007, Sen. David Vitter R-La. breezed to reelection last year, outraising his Democratic opponent by better than 3 to 1.

    Political sex scandals: An old ritual with new rules

  • "Because people are struggling so much in the district, we've been outraising Michele with small donors," Clark says.

    Dem Challenger: I'll take down Michele Bachmann

  • Boxer is outraising her, and Fiorina is considered to be "at a fundraising disadvantage in many parts of California, including her home turf in the Silicon Valley" -- where people remember her as the incompetent head of Hewlett-Packard.

    2010 Campaign: How Are The Self-Funders Doing?

  • After outraising Reid in the second quarter, she reported $1.7 million in the bank and said she has brought in $1 million more this month.

    Tea party favorite Sharron Angle back on Senate campaign to win over Nevada

  • On the Democratic side, state House Speaker Andy Dillon is outraising and outspending Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero by a two-to-one margin.

    Senate Democrats claim momentum in four states

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