5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Class action suit
- Reagan Era
- Federal Election Commission (FEC)
- Political Party
- a an organization that sponsors candidates for political office under the organizations name
- b a philosophy or political reform based on the goodness and wisdom of the individual citizen as opposed to special interest and political institutions
- c a bipartisan federal agency of six members that oversees the financing of national election
- d Ronald reagan and the republicans, less government, devolution.
- e a legal action brought by a person or group on behalf of a number of people in similar circumstances
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- - populism and good government
- trust busting
- world power
- industry on one hand and labor on the other
- Theodore Roosevelt
- in voting, a single party's candidates for all the officers
- a primary election in which voters must declare their party affiliation before they are given the primary ballot containing that party's potential nominees.
- New Deal Coalition, New deal, Economic reform
- Buckley argued that money is speech and that you can spend as much money on your campaign as you want.
5 True/False Questions
divided government → the situation in which one party controls the White House and the other controls at least one house of Congress
Decline in voting → designation as an official candidate of a political party.
The Federalists → - first party system
- strong central government
- assumption of debt
- loyalty to france, helped win revolutionary war
- farm economy
527 Committees → Committees named after section 527 of the Internal revenue Code; they enjoy tax-exempt status in election campaigns if they are unaffiliated with political parties and take positions on issues, not specific candidates.
general election → a bipartisan federal agency of six members who oversees the financing of national election campaigns.