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knock and drag

knock and drag
 v. phr.— «OVERBY: Williams invoked a get out the vote slogan favored by the local Congressman Albert Wynn: knock and drag. WILLIAMS: How we knock on the door and how we drag our members to the polls. So it’s (unintelligible): knock and drive.» —“All Things Considered: Unions & the Vote” by Peter Overby National Public Radio Nov. 2, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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