vote-winner

vote-winner

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) informal a popular action that could secure votes for a person or party
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"He's a vote-winner and many of our Leaver constituency associations will put pressure on their MPs to vote for him."
She spent a day with a journalist from the left-wing New Statesman magazine, And as the pair went canvassing in Birmingham, it appeared that Mr Corbyn isn't a great vote-winner for Labour.
LABOUR'S promise to treat nurses fairly after a vindictive seven-year Tory pay squeeze might prove a vote-winner.
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What a vote-winner indeed, beauty in its sheer simplicity!
"The Government thinks that its tough rhetoric on welfare is a vote-winner, but, as more people learn that the changes are hurting hard-working people, that support will fall away.
I was kissing babies, did you notice that?" - George Clooney worked the red carpet like a true vote-winner at the UK premiere of his new political thriller The Ides Of March.
PROOF that Tory election supremo David McLetchie was talking rubbish when he said David Cameron would be a vote-winner in Scotland.
You wouldn't want to argue against, but is it really going to be a vote-winner in a country on the brink of recession?
A sure-fire vote-winner in Wales if ever there was once.
Pedro de Filipe, a football agent linked strongly with the Madrid elections, believes Villar Mir's declaration that he wants Wenger as the new coach at the Bernabeu was announced purely as a vote-winner.
Campbell's high profile visa-vis the alternative candidates could make him a vote-winner and his smooth style may be a hit in an age when television plays such a huge role in the electoral process.