election campaignnoun [ C ]uk /ɪˈlek.ʃən kæmˌpeɪn/ us /ɪˈlek.ʃən kæmˌpeɪn/
Examples from literature
- Constituencies for such candidates should be selected, a special election fund raised and election campaigns organised.
- No officer should be required or permitted to take part in the management of political organizations, caucuses, conventions, or election campaigns.
- The George campaign was more in the nature of a religious revival than of a political election campaign.
- The urban black vote had become a major goal of Truman's election campaign, and he was being pressed repeatedly by his advisers to demonstrate his support for black interests.
- Their idea might have been that it was an election campaign and that election campaigns are 'dirty'.