pertaining or devoted to one public issue only, especially a political one:single-issue voters.
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How to use single-issue in a sentence
There is such a thing in presidential primary politics as a single-issue deal-breaker.
“Interest groups do a lot better when they stick to a single issue,” Rapoport told The Daily Beast.
FIRE is the largest sector contributing to campaigns by far, easily doubling the next-highest single-issue sector, health.The Roots of the Next Financial Crisis: How Wall Street Undermines Reform | Lawrence Lessig | June 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Amsterdam News, the main black paper, ran a front-page editorial headlined "Koch Must Resign" in every single issue.
Yet Latinos are hardly single-issue voters who care only about immigration reform.Republicans Face Gun Control Test With Latino Voters | Adam Winkler | December 19, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Thus one transaction is all that is required in paying the postage upon a single issue of any regular publication.History of the Postage Stamps of the United States of America | John Kerr Tiffany
Offering herself for admission into the Union as a Free State, she presents a single issue for the people to decide.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 5 (of 20) | Charles Sumner
Editorials from a single issue of a newspaper can easily be secured by the entire class for this work.Public Speaking | Clarence Stratton
You suppose, of course, that I stake my whole fortune upon a single issue, but it is not so.Before the Dawn | Joseph Alexander Altsheler
General Adams used, mostly, the columns of the "Springfield Republican," filling six columns of a single issue.