postconvention

adjective
post·con·ven·tion | \ˌpōst-kən-ˈven(t)-shən \

Definition of postconvention 

: occurring after a convention (such as a political convention) a postconvention press conference postconvention campaigning The candidates are preparing for the postconvention period, when the government will provide them with office space and equipment …— Douglas A. Brook

First Known Use of postconvention

1876, in the meaning defined above

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