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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Plank
  2. Soft Money
  3. Presidential Preference Primary
  4. Blanket Primary
  5. Majority
  1. a money, not regulated federal law, used by pol parties for general expenses
  2. b more than half the votes received by a candidate
  3. c each individual stance, makes up platform
  4. d only in Presidential Primary, no delegates commit to anyone so an unselected official can be voted in
  5. e type of open primary, vote for candidates on an office to office basis, for either party

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. more in primaries, consider self one political party and vote full slate of candidates for the other political party
  2. don't have to belong to a party to vote in a Primary, but have to choose one party
  3. groups who want less government action
  4. ability of a political party to distribute jobs or favors (abuse: hiring unqualified people)
  5. operate at County Level, behind the scenes powerbrokers to pull strings to put someone in office, help people in situations and use voting in return

5 True/False questions

  1. RadicalDemocratic National Committee


  2. InaugurationPresident is sworn in on January 20th


  3. Favorite Sononly gets votes from delegates if it's a brokered convention, gets votes from behind the scenes and is an unexpected nominee


  4. RNCDemocratic National Committee


  5. Runoff Primaryno one gets the majority in primary so the top 2 are selected and another primary is run


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