Voter fraud isn't our problem,” said Matthew Singer, a veteran ‘get out the vote’ campaigner, “Terribly managed systems [are].
In fact, one of the appealing things about Cain the campaigner is that he seems to be having fun.
Those closest to her thought she had lost her effectiveness as a campaigner.
Fouad Abaza, a Shafiq campaigner in the Nile Delta, listened on the radio to the press conference in Cairo, cheering along.
Obama remains the most vulnerable incumbent in modern memory, and Mitt is certainly improving as a campaigner.
The campaigner ruled over this family, and added to all their distresses by her intolerable presence and tyranny.
Jim was too old a campaigner to put these even in the coat on which he was asleep.
Then came fresh soft bread again and other food, denied to a campaigner.
The personal outfit of a campaigner in the wilderness is not very elaborate.
I am too old a campaigner to take much harm by woman's sharpshooting at fifteen score yards off, beside a deep stream between.
1640s, "operation of an army in the field," from French campagne "campaign," literally "open country," from Old French champagne "countryside, open country" (suited to military maneuvers), from Late Latin campania "level country" (source of Italian campagna, Spanish campaña, Portuguese campanha), from Latin campus "a field" (see campus). Old armies spent winters in quarters and took to the "open field" to seek battle in summer. Extension of meaning from military to political is American English, 1809.
1701, from campaign (n.). Political sense is from 1801. Related: Campaigned; campaigning.