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“I will leave it to the campaign to make those determinations as to how to proceed,” she said.

Together, the couple has given about $70,000 in campaign contributions to Perdue.

Some have started a social media campaign urging Arlington residents to band together and save the teacher’s job.

However, advertisers will increasingly have more reason to put in the work to tailor their campaigns to CTV.

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That’s no way to manage anything, least of all millions of dollars of media investment in video campaigns.

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“You try to always scratch where the itch is,” Huckabee said about his campaigning and rhetoric in the 2008 primary.

One day while Richards was campaigning, someone reported there was a bomb on her small plane.

It has changed lives, and been the home of the most landscape-changing campaigning groups.

Cianci spent the last several days campaigning in the Buddy-Mobile, an SUV plastered with posters of himself.

That is why Malloy is campaigning on a lonely stretch of barber shops and boxing gyms in New Haven a week before the election.

And thus ended three years and more of camping and campaigning with the Harris Light.

Thirty days of campaigning leaves him as strong and fresh as ever.

After campaigning, the routine of a standing camp seems dull and irksome.

The raw volunteers had now been replaced by seasoned veterans, hardened by months of strenuous campaigning.

At such mass meetings George did most of his campaigning, making several speeches a night, once as many as eleven.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to campaigning, such as: government, backroom, civics, electioneering, jungle, and legislature.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.