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  1. Retail politics

    Retail politics is a type of political campaigning in which politicians directly talk to and interact with their supporters. Examples of retail politics include in-person campaign events, rallies, and direct mail. More recent examples of such campaigning have included candidates' appearances on podcasts. It is often framed as an alternative to "wholesale" politics, in which candidates attempt to reach a large number of potential voters at one time, rather than targeting a smaller number more directly. In the United States, in-person retail politics has become less common in recent years, in large part because of the increasing influence of televised debates between candidates.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of retail politics in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of retail politics in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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  1. Bernie Sanders:

    If the question is, am I much of a small-talker, or am I a good schmoozer, am I a good -- well that's not the word politicians use -- I'm not so great at that, do I enjoy retail politics? The answer is yes, I really do I love going out.

  2. John Kilwein:

    My guess is there aren't too many people in the state who have not been touched by Joe Manchin on one way or the other, this is a very small state, rural, retail politics kind of state. He is Joe from Farmington, he knows every part of the state.

  3. Hunter Baker:

    We would not want to paint a target on our back by getting more involved in retail politics, i think [ Falwell ] caused Liberty to fly too close to the sun.

  4. Jeb Bush:

    In Iowa it's a question of organization, in New Hampshire, it's retail politics. In South Carolina, a great organization matters. I'm making great progress in those states. And we have the best campaign in Nevada, so, look, in October, in November, even in December of the last two election cycles, the people that were winning in December weren't the ones that ended up winning. It's just the nature of the beast, and there's no reason to rewrite history. People make up their minds late.

  5. Jeff Kaufmann:

    He has already proven he can do the work. He can do the retail politics.

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