Chapter 7 Section 1 The Nominating Process
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The process of candidate selection in a democracy.
The regularly scheduled election at which voters make a final selection of officeholders.
As a nominating device, a group of like-minded people who meet to select the candidates they will support in an upcoming election.
An election held within a party to pick that party's candidates for the general election.
A party-nominating election in which only declared party members can vote.
A party-nominating election in which any qualified voter can take part.
A voting process in which voters receive a long ballot containing the names of all contenders, regardless of party, and can vote however they choose.
A primary in which the top two vote-getters in the first direct primary face one another.
Elections in which candidates are not identified by party labels.
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