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Indeed, negative campaigning has become a catch-all phrase that implies there is something inherently wrong with criticizing an opponent.
A detailed analysis of four previously undocumented case studies of NGO capital market campaigning - including examples from GlaxoSmithKline and WWF-UK - these clearly illustrate the extent of risk posed to companies targeted by capital market campaigns
It is axiomatic that the press is always trying to cover the previous campaign, but the changes in campaigning have occurred so rapidly that we have fallen further than four years behind.
Beginning in the primaries and continuing through the election, Get out the Direct Mail will ensure that all candidates have equal access to a powerful means of campaigning.
White says Nixon later remarked that this "was the most impressive demonstration he had seen in 14 years of campaigning.
Political grass roots campaigning is further extended on the Internet by asking viewers to forward the message "to five friends who might join our effort," as the script reads.
It seems strange only in a political culture in which campaigning means that a candidate is lashed to a telephone, dialing for dollars to pay for television commercials the public has stopped watching.
Digital campaigning still may be in its infancy, but even now, you won't get far by uploading an apple pie recipe, some snapshots of the kids and an animated GIF of an American flag.
In constant (inflation adjusted) dollars, the cost of campaigning increased 4.