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knock and drag

knock and drag
 v. phr.— «Workers called and visited voters, telling them they could vote immediately. “It was a ‘knock and drag’ program,” Saenz said, concentrating on South San Antonio but also singling out historically independent voters in GOP-strong northern Bexar County.» —“From hopeful to back in the House” by Corrie MacLaggan, Tara Copp Austin American-Statesman (Texas) Dec. 14, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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