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  • v  work actively for a political candidate or a party
    My neighbors are busy electioneering during the Presidential election campaign

  • Another feature of the campaign was that the government placed 64 opposition candidates in jail "permitting them to stand for election but not to electioneer.
  • The election was for the local Diet, but Chancellor Heinrich Bruning of all Germany went out to electioneer against the Fascists.
  • As students at the famed University of Glasgow prepared to elect their Lord Rector, no less a quipster than George Bernard Shaw drew his quill as an electioneer.

  • Elena Kagan in Center for Responsive Politics
    When corporations use other people's money to electioneer, that is a harm not just to the shareholders themselves but a sort of a broader harm to the public that comes from distortion of the electioneering that is done by corporations,Kagan...

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