Campaigning definition

Campaigning. – means any activity by or on behalf of a candidate, registered third party advertiser, political party or question on a ballot meant to elicit support during the election period. Campaigning does not include the appearance of elected officials, other candidates or registered third party advertisers at an event in their personal capacity without the display of any signage or graphic which identifies the individual as a candidate or registered third party advertiser(s) and without the solicitation of votes.
Campaigning means the active goal of convincing Members to vote for a candidate.
Campaigning means all efforts designed to influence members of the Nation to support or reject a particular candidate of the Nation including, without limitation, advertising, rallying, public speaking, or other communications with members of the Nation.

Examples of Campaigning in a sentence

  • Consult the Oregon Secretary of State’s publication entitled Restrictions on Political Campaigning by Public Employees.

  • Campaigning for the US presidential election has also been disrupted, eight days ahead of election day on 6 November.

  • Campaigning and lobbyingCampaigning, lobbying, direct action, forming alliances and developing dialogue are the methods most commonly mentioned as ways of getting improved social care, by bringing pressure to bear to achieve it.

  • However, don’t let this put you off from local campaigning, some of which can be done online! Check out our Local Bike Campaigning factsheet which is also printed as a pullout in Spokes Bulletin 136 and contains the stories of individuals who do their bit in a multitude of different ways.

  • Campaigning achievements There was significant opposition from charities and many MPs to theGovernment’s £675 million raid in 2007.


More Definitions of Campaigning

Campaigning means any activity by, or on behalf of a Candidate, political party, constituency association, Registered Third Party, or question on a ballot meant to elicit support during the Election Period. This does not include the appearance of elected officials, other candidates or their supporters, or registrants at an event in their personal capacity without the display of any signage or graphics which identify the individual as a candidate or registrant without the solicitation of votes.
Campaigning means the promotion of an individual who has intentions to become a Candidate or has been duly nominated as a Candidate, especially when such promotion is of a political capacity.
Campaigning means any action or activity by any person with the intent of soliciting votes or persuading voters (regardless of the direction of persuasion), or informing persons of any individual’s intent to seek nomination or run in any election of the SANQC, and it includes Personal Campaigning, Public Campaigning, and Online Campaigning.
Campaigning or "To Campaign" shall mean directly or indirectly to recruit, solicit, induce, or influence a student’s vote in an ASUN Election, on the candidate’s own behalf or on behalf or in conjunction with any SEG, Candidate, Independent Candidate, or Write-­‐In Candidate, using means of oral, written or communication