Phrases with «to lead up»

Sentences with «to lead up» (usage examples):

  • Across election cycles and legislative battles, as one side gains a perceived advantage; the other side predictably attempts to catch up in terms of spending and polarizing rhetoric.21 In the months leading up to the 2014 midterm elections, liberals led by Steyer have given more to Super Pacs than conservatives, a reversal from the 2012 election cycle.22 (
  • Looking back on the last few months, we've had our fair show of bad news in UK: The Westminster attack, the Manchester Arena attack, the London Bridge attack, the tensions and hate leading up to and following the general election, the Grenfell Tower fire, and now Finsbury Park attack. (
  • John E. Coons» essay «In Defense of the Sovereign Family» (December 2008) leads up to his conclusion that government «must create some financial arrangement that will enable... the parents» authority to educate their children.» (
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