What are caucus?

  • (verb): Meet to select a candidate or promote a policy.
    See also — Additional definitions below


A caucus is a meeting of supporters or members of a political party or movement, especially in the United States. As the use of the term has been expanded, the exact definition has come to vary among political cultures.

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Some articles on caucus:

Lois Court - Legislative Career - 2013 Legislative Session
... by her Democratic colleagues to serve as Minority Caucus Chair ... As Caucus Chair she is a member of the Democratic leadership team and organizes caucus gatherings and chairs discussions ...
List Of Libertarian Organizations - Caucuses
... Democratic Freedom Caucus LPRadicals Republican Liberty Caucus Libertarian Defense Caucus ...
In The United States - Affinity Groups - Caucuses Within Liberal Organizations
... Among American left-wing groups, a caucus may be an openly organized tendency or political faction within the group ...
Senate Taiwan Caucus
... The Senate Taiwan Caucus was established on September 17, 2003 and currently has 24 members ... Inhofe currently serve as the co-chairs of the caucus ... their counterpart in the United States House of Representatives (Congressional Taiwan Caucus), the Senate Taiwan caucus is bi-partisan ...
Scott Perry (politician) - Pennsylvania House of Representatives - Caucus Memberships
... Liberty Caucus Motorsport Caucus South Central PA Caucus Military Installations and Base Development Caucus Fire Fighters and Emergency Services Caucus Career ...

More definitions of "caucus":

  • (noun): A closed political meeting.