front-porch campaign

front-porch campaign

noun
a campaign in which the candidate makes speeches but does not travel; "William McKinley's dignified front-porch campaign won him the presidency in 1896"; "her approach was the opposite of a passive front-porch campaign" [syn: front-porch campaigning
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