Synsets for "campaigning"

Synset: campaigning.n.01

Synonyms: campaigning

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the campaign of a candidate to be elected

Examples:

Lemmas: campaigning candidacy candidature electioneering political_campaign

Hypernym: campaign

Hyponym: front-porch_campaigning hustings stumping whispering_campaign

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Synset: campaign.v.01

Synonyms: campaign

Part of Speech: VERB

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

Examples: Who's running for treasurer this year?

Lemmas: campaign run

Hypernym: race

Hyponym: cross-file rerun stump whistlestop

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Synset: crusade.v.01

Synonyms: crusade

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for

Examples: The liberal party pushed for reforms | She is crusading for women's rights | The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate

Lemmas: crusade fight press campaign push agitate

Hypernym: advertise

Hyponym:

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Synset: campaign.v.03

Synonyms: campaign

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: go on a campaign; go off to war

Examples:

Lemmas: campaign take_the_field

Hypernym:

Hyponym: crusade

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Pitcairn Islands mayoral election, 2010 The election was marked by negative campaigning, with some campaigning taking place after the legal deadline.
SANE (charity) Previous work includes; campaigning for reform of mental health law, campaigning for better access to psychological therapies and campaigning about the unacceptable standard of care on many psychiatric wards."
Nagorno-Karabakh presidential election, 2012 Campaigning ended on 17 July at midnight, with no campaigning allowed on the day before the election.
Negative campaigning There are a number of techniques used in negative campaigning. Among the most effective is running advertisements attacking an opponent's personality, record, or opinion. There are two main types of ads used in negative campaigning: attack and contrast.
Campaigning in the 2008 Austrian legislative election The parties have announced the following budgets for election campaigning:
Indonesian local elections, 2015 Campaigning ran between 27 August and 5 December. No campaigning were allowed between 6-8 December (the eve of the election).
Issue advocacy ads Campaigning like this is typically called negative campaigning, making attack ads, or making thinly veiled promotional ads on the behalf of the candidate.
M. Rajangam 1998-2000-zonal campaigning committee chairman,t.m.c
Research strategies of election campaign communication research The systemic variables influencing modern campaigning are:
New Zealand general election, 2017 For the 2017 election, every registered party contending the party vote is permitted to spend $1,115,000 plus $26,200 per electorate candidate on election campaigning during the regulated period, excluding radio and television campaigning (broadcasting funding is allocated separately). A party contesting all 71 electorates is therefore permitted to spend $2,975,200 on election campaigning. All electorate candidates are permitted to spend $26,200 each on campaigning over and above their party's allocation.
New Zealand general election, 2014 For the 2014 election, every registered party contending the party vote is permitted to spend $1,091,000 plus $25,700 per electorate candidate on election campaigning during the regulated period, excluding radio and television campaigning (broadcasting funding is allocated separately). A party contesting all 71 electorates is therefore permitted to spend $2,915,700 on election campaigning. All electorate candidates are permitted to spend $25,700 each on campaigning over and above their party's allocation.
Negative campaigning In a study done by Gina Garramone about how negative advertising affects the political process, it was found that a consequence of negative campaigning is greater image discrimination of the candidates and greater attitude polarization. While positive ads also contributed to the image discrimination and attitude polarization, Garramone found that negative campaigning played a more influential role in the discrimination and polarization than positive campaigning.
Wynn Normington Hugh-Jones "Campaigning Face to Face", Book Guild Publishing, Brighton, 2007
Bromley Civic Society Campaigning to date has mainly been on town planning matters:
Jaybahadur Hitan Magar Hitan’s social campaigning largely related to three areas:
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders Activities have included successfully campaigning against pro-anorexia websites.
Campaigns and Elections The magazine also runs conferences and events focusing on political campaign skills and technology. Their "Art of Political Campaigning" is a two-day conference taking place every summer, covering all aspects of political campaigning. The conference has been running in various formats for over 30 years. CampaignTech East is an annual two day conference focusing on the digital aspects of political campaigning .
Civil society campaign Campaigning is increasingly recognised as an important way for NGOs to achieve their objectives. Many charities employ campaigners, produce campaigning materials and train their supporters to campaign. The Charity Commission for England and Wales says that “charities may undertake campaigning and political activity as a positive way of furthering or supporting their purposes.”
Causes (company) The company acquired Votizen, a political campaigning service in 2013.
Disabled Motoring UK Disabled Motoring UK is currently campaigning on the issues of: