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Synonyms for campaign

Synonyms for campaign

an organized effort to accomplish a purpose

Synonyms for campaign

a race between candidates for elective office

several related operations aimed at achieving a particular goal (usually within geographical and temporal constraints)

an overland journey by hunters (especially in Africa)

run, stand, or compete for an office or a position

exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person

go on a campaign

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The campaigns for Proposition 83 (Jessica's Law) and Proposition 84 (a water bond) likewise faced no meaningful opposition, but each spent well over $1 million -- and both won easily.
Turnout rose during the years following the Civil War, when campaigns were very biting.
According to a recent bipartisan poll conducted by Lake Research Partners and Bellwether Research, three out of four voters support publicly funded campaigns.
Cogswell asked Campbell to manage his campaign for the Seattle City Council.
One of the things we had to do to be successful was to facilitate a shift in grower mindset--away from traditional commodity production to a recognition that they now engaged on a much different level with end-users than ever before," offers Dan Muys, director of public relations at Adculture and chief strategist behind CSCO's publicity campaign.
As African American and Latino organizations gear up to generate strong minority turnout at the polls in November, the voting strength of America's racial minorities is likely to be trumped by a small group of wealthy white political campaign donors.
Each spring, the organization and Johnson & Johnson join forces for Safe Kids Week, a national campaign to raise public awareness about a specific safety issue.
Meanwhile, Clean Election campaigns based on the Taiwanese model have been run in Brazil (1994); Kenya (see For A Change April/May 2003); in the first democratic elections in Sierra Leone since the civil war (2002); and in Ghana.
The scandal that drove President Nixon from office was also a campaign finance scandal
We're not begging the Presidential candidates and their campaigns for recognition; they're begging gays and lesbians for votes and for money.
What is especially exasperating is that it is clear from the ruling that the Christian Coalition worked closely with several GOP campaigns in 1990, 1992 and 1994, yet Green ruled that the group was not in violation of federal election law.
political campaigns--even for complete public financing of campaigns for public office--and for broader disclosure of where campaign contributions originate.
Navy that will serve as a model for future click-to-video campaigns.
The FPPC said Runner's campaign also violated state election law by not listing on campaign reports the occupations and employers of five small contributors -- including Santa Clarita Councilman Cameron Smyth -- who donated a total of $2,175, and by putting contributions into a campaign bank account originally established for Runner's Assembly campaigns, rather than creating a new one for his Senate campaign.