caucus

[n] - a closed political meeting 2. [v] - meet to select a candidate or promote a policy
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Caucus

A method of selecting party nominees for president used by some states; in order to participate, registered party members must attend a local caucus meeting. Once the caucus begins, voters group themselves by candidate or undecided, give speeches on behalf of their candidates, and try to convince others to join their group. At the end of the caucus...
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caucus

In the USA, a closed meeting of regular political party members; for example, to choose a candidate for office. The term was originally used in the 18th century in Boston, Massachusetts. In the UK,...
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Caucus

Cau'cus noun [ Etymology uncertain. Mr. J. H. Trumbull finds the origin of caucus in the N. A. Indian word cawcawwassough or ca├║ cau-as'u one who urges or pushes on, a promoter. See citation for an early use of the word caucus .] A meeting, especially a preliminary meeting, ...
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Caucus

Cau'cus intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Caucused ; present participle & verbal noun Caucusing .] To hold, or meet in, a caucus or caucuses.
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caucus

noun a closed political meeting
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Caucus

• (v. i.) To hold, or meet in, a caucus or caucuses. • (n.) A meeting, especially a preliminary meeting, of persons belonging to a party, to nominate candidates for public office, or to select delegates to a nominating convention, or to confer regarding measures of party policy; a political primary meeting.
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Caucus

(from the article `caucus`) The word caucus originated in Boston in the early part of the 18th century, when it was used as the name of a political club, the Caucus, or Caucus ...
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caucus

any political group or meeting organized to further a special interest or cause.[4 related articles]
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caucus

A closed meeting of party members within a legislative body to decide on questions of policy or leadership....
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caucus

A meeting of legislators of any one party to discuss parliamentary strategy and party policy.
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caucus

caucus: see convention.
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Caucus

Caucus is a term, originally American, for a private meeting of citizens to agree upon candidates to be proposed for election to offices or to concert measures for supporting a party. In Britain the term is applied to the system of political organization of which the Birmingham Liberal Association was a former typical type, where all electioneering...
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caucus

a closed meeting of a group of persons belonging to the same political party or faction usually to select candidates or to decide on party policy
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Caucus

A caucus is a meeting of supporters or members of a specific political party or movement. The term originated in the United States, but has spread to Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and Nepal. As the use of the term has been expanded, the exact definition has come to vary among political cultures. ==Origin of the term== The origin of ...
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Caucus

A labor relations term used to define periodic suspensions of negotiations in order to provide both
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caucus

meet to select a candidate or promote a policy
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