hustings : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the activities involved in political campaigning (especially speech making)
- On the hustings, the former paratrooper insists that only if he stays in Miraflores, the presidential palace, will "the people stay in power.
- Candidates, of course, often say things on the hustings better left unrecorded.
- Campaign 2001: Back to the hustings to pitch his budget and pressure the pols.
- Mamata Banerjee in Hindustan Times
Several states are going to the hustings in October. Along with them we can have assembly polls here also,Banerjee told mediapersons after releasing her party's manifesto for the city civic poll.
- John McDonnell in Times Online
John McDonnell, who attempted to challenge Mr Brown for the leadership, said: "Gordon may have mentioned wanting a government of all the talents but at no stage in the hustings for his election as leader did he suggest a coalition with the...
- Peter Watt in BBC News
Peter Watt, Labour's general secretary, said: "Not only are hundreds of members attending each of our hustings but across the country local activists in 407 constituencies have attended selection meetings and have chosen to nominate Gordon Brown....