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1 : Canvassing

p. pr. & vb. n.

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From Wikipedia

Senior British Labour Party politician Jack Straw canvassing with local councillors in Blackburn

Canvassing is the systematic initiation of direct contact with individuals, commonly used during political campaigns. Canvassing operations are performed for many reasons: political campaigning, grassroots fundraising, community awareness, membership drives, and more.[1] Campaigners will knock on doors to engage in personalized contact with an individual. It is used by political parties and issue groups to identify supporters, persuade the undecided, add voters to the voters list through voter registration, and it is central to get out the vote operations. It is the core element of what political campaigns call the ground game or field.

Organized political canvassing became a central tool of contested election campaigns in Britain, and has remained a core practice performed by thousands of volunteers each election there, and in many of the countries descended from its political system. It is less common in campaigns of Continental Europe and East Asian democracies.

Canvassing can also refer to a neighborhood canvass performed by law enforcement in the course of an investigation. A neighborhood canvass is a systematic approach to interviewing residents, merchants, and others who are in the immediate vicinity of a crime and may have useful information.[2]

  1. ^ James-Harvill, Jordan. "What is Canvassing?". Retrieved 2017-06-30. 
  2. ^ Swanson, Chamelin, Territo, Charles R., Neil C., Leonard. Criminal Investigation, 8/e. McGraw Hill. 

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    • 1.1 Verb
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  1. present participle of canvass


canvassing (plural canvassings)

  1. The act of one who canvasses or solicits.
    • 1853, Documents of the City of Boston
      The thoroughness required by your explicit instructions, together with the strong desire that these repeated canvassings should be executed in so careful a manner as to establish reliable data, has no doubt tended materially to produce the gratifying result.


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