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- But council officials have told him to remove them after receiving a complaint about using stalls for electioneering.
- That's called electioneering, and you can't do it within 50 yards of a voting booth.
- However, political parties may be tempted to save money by electioneering from the Scottish parliament.
- This was first of all an electioneering budget which eschewed electioneering.
- This underlying social and economic reality found direct expression in Howard's electioneering.
- The presence of policemen would be a boon particularly during electioneering by candidates.
- It's been the law since 1907 that you can ban corporations from electioneering.
- Politicians are electioneering, but there's no election date.
- While the public might be willing to tolerate electioneering from a candidate, the incumbent was a different matter.
- On the other hand, parties like the ruling National Conference and Congress are more experienced in electioneering.
- He should be told it is best not to choose an anthem written by someone who openly opposes you - it doesn't look too good when you're electioneering.
- It has come to be thought of as a stinging insult to tell a party here that it is electioneering and politicking with the peace process.
- The challenge now is for all parties to continue electioneering on issues and selling their manifestos.
- That is, that elections are as much about electioneering as they are about principle.
- He rejected claims that the announcement a week before the polls was just another bit of government electioneering.
- Neither side should be using school computers or any other equipment or facilities for electioneering.
- Emerging from years of exile, the leaders, both young and old, are out on the streets jumping headlong into electioneering.
- I say thankfully because I'm not looking for electioneering when I tune into Bill Maher.
- However, US trade officials denied the timing of the complaint had been influenced by electioneering.
- The run-up to this election has been low-key and characterised by a more adult attitude to electioneering.
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