turf-cutting
 n.— «“Using a technique called “turf-cutting’ we went into Valdosta and mapped 50 to 60 houses for our canvassers to go to,” Burrell said. “We have street addresses of voters who voted Democrat in previous primaries, and we went to those houses and asked them to vote for Cathy.”» —“Cox campaign is family affair” by Barbara L. Parsons Post-Searchlight (Bainbridge, Georgia) July 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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