He is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America and helped canvass for Eunisses Hernandez and Hugo Soto-Martinez during the 2022 Los Angeles elections.
Alpargatas S.A. is one of the largest Brazilian manufacturing company in the footwears and canvass business.
These barriers are sometimes called the canvass ceiling, by analogy to the glass ceiling for women.
Each province and city that is independent of a province and is a congressional district by itself sent its certificates of canvass to Congress.
Based on the official canvass of the Congress of the Philippines.
Lorenzo Comendù was an Italian painter of the Baroque era, active in Verona, painting large battle or historic canvass.
In 2009, Shurberg represented Councilmember Nancy Navarro in the absentee/provisional canvass before the Montgomery County, Maryland Board of Elections in her narrow 2009 special election victory, and again in 2010 before the Federal Election Commission.
Bélanger was an ally of Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) Jean-Claude Malepart, who helped canvass for his municipal campaigns.
From April to August 2004, Arshad worked as an assistant canvass director for the Fund for Public Interest Research in Rochester, New York.
Trick or Vote, the Halloween canvass, turned out over 800 people to volunteer for half a day in 2004, and over 500 for the mid-term election in 2006.
When the electoral register was updated following the 2011 annual canvass, there were 5,109 voters appearing on the roll for the ward.
When the electoral register was updated following the 2011 annual canvass, there were 3,875 voters appearing on the roll for the ward.
However it was reported that only the Conservatives had managed to compete a thorough canvass of the whole constituency and that their organisation was better developed and more effectively directed than the other parties.
In 2016 Vote Leave built a bespoke database called VICS (Voting Intention Collection System) which was an online database that local activists used for canvassing and Get Out the Vote operations.
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