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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Blanket primary
  2. Direct election
  3. Open Primary
  4. Safe seat
  5. Lobbying
  1. a elections to choose candidates that is open to independents, and that allows voters to choose candidates from all the parties
  2. b election of an official directly by the people rather than by an intermediary group such as the Electoral College
  3. c an office that is extremely likely to be won by a particular candidate or political party
  4. d attempting to influence policy makers
  5. e election to choose candidates that is open to independents, and in which voters may choose candidates from any one party

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the right to vote
  2. A Tuesday in early March in which many presidential primaries, particularly in the South, are held
  3. Campaign contributions that are not directly donated to candidates, but are instead donated to parties
  4. the act or process of carrying out a lawsuit
  5. an officeholder who is seeking reelection

5 True/False questions

  1. Closed primaryelection to choose candidates that is open to independents, and in which voters may choose candidates from any one party

          

  2. Independentone is not registered with a political party. Independent leaners tend to vote for candidates of one particular party, whereas pure independents have no consistent pattern of party voting

          

  3. McCain- Feingold Bill (Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2002)established disclosure requirements, partial public funding of presidential candidates who met certain criteria and established the FEC (Federal Election Commission) to enforce the nation's election laws

          

  4. Split Ticket votingCasting votes for candidates of one's own party and for opposing parties

          

  5. Nonpartisan electionselection of an official directly by the people rather than by an intermediary group such as the Electoral College