Caucus in a sentence

Use Caucus in a sentence


Meaning: [noun] type of private political group;

The Black Caucus has 46 votes-almost a third of the Democratic Caucus.

The senator was kicked out of the Conservative caucus after this incident.

Obama had won the Hawaiian Democratic Caucus on February 19, 2008 with 76% of the vote.

A caucus meeting could not be held until after the final results came in on 15 December.

The week before, the California Hispanic Legislative Caucus issued a similar statement.

Ryan’s allies say he has little interest in courting the Freedom Caucus if he jumps into the race.

He was scheduled to campaign in Iowa, the first-in-the-nation caucus state, through Thursday.

Hyer left the caucus over his support for eliminating the long-gun registry.

This caucus was known as the “third house”.

The caucus includes former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle.

She chatted with Mulroney about relations with caucus members.