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A congressional caucus is an older method of a party nominating its presidential candidate. Other terms used include working groups or coalitions.

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Q: Older method by which a party's representatives in congress nominated its presidential candidate?
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What is the older method by which a party's representatives in congress nominated its presidential candidate?

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