canvasser definition

  • noun:
    • an individual who goes through a spot soliciting votes in an election, or conducting a public viewpoint poll
    • a person who canvasses.
    • a person who solicits ballots, mercantile requests, etc.
    • person who examines the comes back of votes cast for a public officer; a scrutineer.
    • a person who examines ballots at an election
    • a petitioner whom solicits efforts or trade or votes
    • someone who takes or matters ballots
    • an individual who conducts surveys of public-opinion
    • an individual who passes through a spot soliciting votes in an election, or conducting a public viewpoint poll
    • one that canvasses.
    • person who solicits votes, mercantile orders, etc.
    • a person who examines the comes back of ballots cast for a public officer; a scrutineer.
    • a person who examines votes at an election
    • a petitioner which solicits efforts or trade or votes
    • an individual who takes or counts ballots
    • somebody who conducts surveys of public-opinion

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