I want Missourians to make a choice in this election based on policy, not backroom politics.
The tightly controlled choreography stirred the emotions while celebrating the unsung heroes of the backroom.
It was reminiscent of the old days of backroom politics and half-drunk reporters swaying against their typewriters.
In our political system, presidents are not empowered to promise to launch wars in backroom negotiations with foreign leaders.
I thought it would be hidden, out in the woods, or some kind of backroom deal.
He had also meant to do general repair work in the backroom shop.
On arriving at the huckster's, he found him in the backroom, or parlor, to which we have before alluded.
He pulled the sheet up over Emma's body, leaving it on the backroom couch to which they had carried it.
On his way back, he noticed there were two others in the backroom, a couple of men gnawing on pretzels over beers.
Just then there came a low, long groan from the backroom, and at the same time some one came into the parlor.
Having to do with political expediency; from the inner circles of party affairs: a backroom decision/ backroom motives
[1940s+;fr see what the boys in the back room will have, suggesting a secret conclave in the rear of a saloon]