The phrase “all politics is local” is a common adage in politics that suggests that politicians must pay attention to the issues and concerns of their constituents at the local level in order to be successful.
It means that even national and global issues can be influenced by local factors, and that politicians who are attuned to the needs and interests of their local communities are more likely to be effective in their political roles. It also implies that voters are more likely to support politicians who address issues that are important to them and their community.
The phrase is often attributed to former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Tip O’Neill, who used it to explain his success in politics. However, the idea behind the phrase has been expressed in various forms by politicians and political observers for many years.
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