Of course, their canvasser called to see you, didn't he, Kenyon?'
I needn't have taken the job of canvasser in the first place.
Canvasser Fulda moved to lay the resolution on the table—lost.
I will get you a better office and find a proper publisher and canvasser.
The canvasser, when he wants to know a man's opinions, goes and asks him.
"Don't quarrel on my account, gentlemen," the canvasser said as he puffed at his cigar.
Each elector was required to sign his name and address upon a voting card supplied by the canvasser.
He had a dog of what he called the Hold'em breed, who could tell a canvasser by his walk, and would go for him on sight.
Just here Tom Sayers came tearing through the office, and without waiting for orders hitched straight on to the canvasser's calf.
But there are voters who might find it worth while to discover if there is any law against bribing a canvasser.