Then, once she hit the hustings, sell those email addresses to the Clinton campaign and shut down.
That might be a better image than that of a candidate repeating the same attack lines on the hustings.
As the couple takes to the hustings, speculation is rife over the post-nup agreement.
In terms of raw talent on the hustings, Sarah Palin is far more of a political natural than Hillary Clinton.
The sooner Romney gets out there as a candidate on the hustings, the sooner the media scrutiny intensifies.
The eyes of the public were now turned from the hustings court to the Common Council which had just been elected.
They figure in the budget, and are formidable on the hustings.
Before he got to Congress, he had made reputation at the hustings.
I should think so: a man for whom I stood godfather at the hustings, Mr. Dale!
You say that the people who were immediately contiguous to the hustings heard what Hunt said?
Old English husting "meeting, court, tribunal," from Old Norse husðing "council," from hus "house" (see house (n.)) + ðing "assembly" (see thing); so called because it was a meeting of the men who formed the "household" of a nobleman or king. The native Anglo-Saxon word for this was folc-gemot. The plural became the usual form c.1500; sense of "temporary platform for political speeches" developed by 1719, apparently from London's Court of Hustings, presided over by the Lord Mayor, which was held on a platform in the Guildhall. This sense broadened to encompass the whole election process.