electioneer[ē lek′s̸hə nir′, i-]
to canvass votes for, or otherwise work for the success of, a candidate, political party, etc. in an election
intransitive verbe·lec·tion·eered, e·lec·tion·eer·ing, e·lec·tion·eers
To work actively for a candidate or political party.
(third-person singular simple present electioneers, present participle electioneering, simple past and past participle electioneered)
- To campaign for an elective office, on one's own behalf, or on behalf of another, particularly by direct contact.