walking subcaucus
 n.— «But the most serious business of the night for the political parties was just coming—selecting the delegates. This is where issues and senate preference come into play. During the past weeks, each of the major Democratic senate candidates had recruited precinct members to act as leaders during the caucuses, to round up support trying to garner the most delegates. This process is called the “walking subcaucus.”» —“Go Inside An Inver Grove Heights Caucus” by Beth Pearlman Channel 4000 (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota) Feb. 5, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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