Etymology
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electioneer (v.)

"to try to influence an election by public speaking, solicitation of votes, etc.; to work for the success of a candidate or of a party in an election," 1760 (implied in verbal noun electioneering), from election, probably on model of auctioneer, as the verb engineer was not yet in use.

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Definitions of electioneer

electioneer (v.)
work actively for a political candidate or a party;
My neighbors are busy electioneering during the Presidential election campaign
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