View definitions for canvasser
A canvasser will knock on their door and ask voters to sign the card.
He noted that the turnout promoting effect of a canvasser knocking on a door decays within ten days to be almost minimal.
I hit the streets of San Francisco with canvasser Cynthia Ford, who began collecting signatures for the group in March.
I needn't have taken the job of canvasser in the first place.
Then he saw that she was very young and modest, with none of the assurance of a canvasser, so he gave her a chance to speak.
He represents that vast army of electors whom neither canvasser nor caucus has ever yet cajoled or bullied into a polling-booth.
The relation of this subject to the book canvasser is extremely suggestive.
A fourth is a successful life-insurance canvasser, and has lately insured the lives of the other three.
On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to canvasser, such as: sampler, market researcher, public opinion gatherer, and survey taker.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.