A printed or electronic form used in voting.
An effort of people to support a candidate's election to public office.
A person selected to run for public office.
A meeting of delegates from a political party.
A formal discussion among two or more people who have opposing view points.
A person chosen to act for others at a meeting or convention.
A government of, by, and for the people, where people elect their leaders.
A group of people chosen by voters in each state to elect the President and Vice President of the United States.
The ceremony that takes place at the beginning of a President's term he/she takes an oath for office.
A person who holds office and wants to be re-elected.
Television, radio, newspapers, internet, and the people who represent them.
Calling an opponent names or discrediting the oppisition unfairly.
A person who is nominated to run for public office.
A part of parties political platform on a certain issue.
A formal set of goals or beliefs held by a political party.
An organized group of people with similar ideas on how a government should be run.