Campaign may refer to:
- Advertising campaign
- Military campaign
- Political campaign
- Advocacy or Advocacy group, relating 'campaigning' on an issue (British English)
- The Campaign, a 2012 film starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis.
Other articles related to "campaign, campaigns":
... His campaign was unusual for his time in that it included African American candidates campaigning alongside white candidates in the American South ... Many eggs and tomatoes were hurled at and struck him and his campaign members during the tour, while at the same time President Truman referred to such behavior towards Wallace ... in Virginia sidestepped enforcing its own segregation laws by declaring Wallace's campaign gatherings as private parties ...
... Further information Saratoga campaign The following year, having convinced King George III and his government of Carleton's faults, Burgoyne was given command of the British forces charged with gaining ... Leading what he believed was an overwhelming force, he saw the campaign largely as a stroll that would make him a national hero who had saved the rebel colonies for the crown ... cautious voices, both British and American, that suggested a successful campaign using the route he proposed was impossible, as the failed attempt the ...
... A popular United States television and print ad campaign in the early 2000s featured the actor Ben Curtis playing the part of "Steven", a lightly mischievous blond-haired youth ... usually ended with Steven's catch-phrase "Dude, you're gettin' a Dell!" A subsequent advertising campaign featured interns at Dell headquarters (with Curtis' character appearing in a small cameo at ... A Dell advertising campaign for the XPS line of gaming computers featured in print in the September 2006 issue of Wired ...
... Via Campesina has carried out several campaigns including a campaign to defend farmer's seeds, a campaign to stop violence against women, a campaign for the recognition ...
... The pre-election campaign was prolonged as Douglas-Home delayed calling a general election in order to try to give himself the maximum time to improve the prospects of his party ... The starting gun of the campaign was fired on 15 September 1964 when Douglas-Home saw the Queen and asked for a dissolution of Parliament ... The campaign was dominated by some of the more voluble characters on the political scene George Brown, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, toured the country making energetic speeches and the ...
Famous quotes containing the word campaign:
“You campaign in poetry. You govern in prose.”
—Mario Cuomo (b. 1932)
“Diannes not one of the boys, but shes not one of the girls, either.”
—Marcia Smolens, U.S. political campaign aide. As quoted in Dianne Feinstein, ch. 15, by Jerry Roberts (1994)
“The fact that a man is to vote forces him to think. You may preach to a congregation by the year and not affect its thought because it is not called upon for definite action. But throw your subject into a campaign and it becomes a challenge.”
—John Jay Chapman (18621933)