a disk-shaped pin worn by a supporter of a political candidate, usually bearing the name of the candidate and often a slogan or the candidate’s picture.
money collected and set aside for use in a campaign, especially a political one; a campaign fund. a low chest of drawers having handles at each side for lifting.
campaign finance reform Contemporary Examples Just What We Needed: More Campaign Spending Mark McKinnon December 7, 2014 Federal Campaign Funds: Easier Money Stuart Stevens April 1, 2014 Bob Kerrey Interview: Nebraska Senate Race & More Lloyd Grove March 21, 2012 Just What We Needed: More Campaign Spending Mark McKinnon December 7, 2014 Can New York […]
money for a campaign, as of a political candidate, usually acquired through contributions by supporters. Contemporary Examples Why Bloomberg’s Latest Gun Gambit Probably Won’t Work David Freedlander June 19, 2013
furniture, as chests or desks, having metal hinges on the corners and handles on the sides.