Campaigner [noun]

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America is a place where hard-fought campaigns are designed to give way to a deeper feeling of unity.

Compounding matters, YouTube doesn’t exactly make it easy for advertisers to adjust their campaigns’ creative to CTV.

Project Thrive is a national campaign to support and care for LGBTQ youth.

When Gonzalez approached her about running, she only had days to get her campaign together and file her paperwork to get on the ballot.

The course of the campaign itself wasn’t great for Gómez either.

Thus, operators are turning a blind eye to profit margins, sponsoring these free-bet and odds-boosting campaigns in what could be an ultimately futile effort to grab a portion of the multibillion-dollar mobile gambling market.

As Ocasio-Cortez’s record-breaking event showed, there’s an audience for live streams that are politically tinged, and voters are open to registering to vote if the chat is sprinkled with reminders from campaigns.

Nearly 3 billion people around the world live in places lacking the temperature-controlled storage needed for a wide-scale immunization campaign.

Gloria also named Nick Serrano, his longtime aide and manager of his mayoral campaign, as his deputy chief of staff.

The two times Calm beat the ranking was in July after releasing a sleep story narrated by One Direction star Harry Styles and following an advertising campaign on AppLovin and YouTube in October.