Party Caucus Law and Legal Definition
Party Caucus refers to a meeting that party members attend to decide policies and choose candidates to run for office. It is a group of leading politicians of one party. The political parties of the U.S. are chosen by this method. It is used to nominate individuals for the President and the Vice President. The House of Representatives has a House Democratic and House Republican caucus which is responsible for nominating party leadership in the House and sets the party priority in terms of their respective legislative agendas.