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  • noun Plural form of politicker.

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Examples

  • Per Ryan Lizza's piece in the New Yorker, the Obama campaign already has a bunch of positions set for each precinct in Iowa, including a "Corraler" who's job it is to make sure none of their participants are pulled away by other campaigns, as well as politickers, math guys, etc etc.

    Top Iowa Story: Early Caucus Could Cut Student Participation

  • I wonder just how many serious e-politickers have a good recollection of how hard LBJ worked to get that passed.

    High Doses of Gravel, Richardson, Obama and Edwards at TBA

  • Kos is a good writer, but he's disappeared from his own blog, where most of the space is now taken up by campaign spinners and other varieties of hack politickers.

    "Is Gen. Petraeus Killing Kos?"

  • Only politickers think about prestige; only the ambitious think about prestige; only the imperialists think about prestige because their prestige helps them to fool and exploit the people.

    CASTRO SPEECH AT MONCADA ANNIVERSARY CEREMONY

  • Thus, for example, a ceremony such as this three or four years ago would have brought here a platform of politicians (shouts of "out"), precinct bosses, and groups of mercenary supporters who for rum or other petty rewards would attend these gatherings of the old politickers.

    FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE LA COUBRE DISASTER

  • The fact that prayer is nothing of the sort - nor should it be - is something which, of course, escapes utra-liberal identity politickers like HRC.

    RedState

  • That professional politickers like Van Rompuy or Ashton, famed for their smooth operations and tactful maneovurings, have gained the big posts is not an error of Blair-fearing judgement.

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  • It happens in many organisations, and the company suffers because the negative influences of these politickers often spread like black ooze to other members of the organisation.

    Orpheus Sings the Guitar Electric

  • About 70 students gathered around the big screen television in the Jameson Hall sky lounge, ranging from the most obstinate politickers of the class of 2012 to those simply wishing to learn more about the presidential election.

    Stories from The Sun

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