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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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He said: "Yes, they are part of the campaign, as are more than 100 small business people, farmers, teachers and doctors.
A church that gave its membership rolls to only one campaign could put its tax exemption at risk, the officials said.
Color of Money 2003, a study released by Public Campaign, the Fannie Lou Hamer Project, and the William C.
* Civic ideals and practices: How Americans have supported their preferred presidential candidates by voting in the primaries and contributing to the campaigns.
On the other hand, momentum generated in the sanctions and campus divestment campaigns did not get converted to a broader progressive anti-racist movement focused on local or national issues, in part because the focus on short-term goals was often combined with a reluctance to get into the deeper, more complicated issues of racial tensions in local and national contexts.
You can have a tiny list that returns a single order and shows up with a huge NPR, and still not have a successful campaign. There's a big difference between a good NPR on your main prospecting list, and on a small specialty list that you happen to have in-house.
The Reporter identified nearly 4,000 public employees who, combined, made 18,206 contributions worth $8.3 million to political campaigns at all ranks, from gubernatorial candidates to officials at Chicago's Metropolitan Water Reclamation District.
It's a far cry from the TV- and ad-driven campaigns that are more practical in larger states.
"And there aren't a lot of ad campaigns that can do that." In fact, he said according to split-cable advertising experiments, a test of advertising effectiveness, more than one-half of established brand ads for established packaged goods don't generate increased sales.
A newfound interest in electoral politics has persuaded many environmental groups and their funders to take a look at fighters like LCV, which work strategically with the tax laws and employ an arsenal of separately purposed entities, including those that can legally endorse candidates, lobby--even contribute money to election campaigns. "There are many environmental groups that do wonderful things," says Keith Gaby, LCV's director of external affairs, "but we are the only one that focuses fulltime on changing the government."
Usually these campaigns have had no role for individuals or groups who want to help but cannot be heavily involved.
One of the most extensive advertising campaigns ever done to promote environmental health ran this summer in the NYT.
Another reason why unionized campaigns aren't the norm?
In an effort to increase transparency in its campaign funds, DAP has launched a crowdfunding campaign platform called 'Our Campaigns' allowing supporters to choose the campaign they want to support.