5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Voting Age Population
- White Primaries
- Eligible Electorate
- Parochial Participants
- Nineteenth Amendment
- a Democratic primary in the south that was limited to white people; ruled unconstitutional in Smith v. Allwright
- b Citizens who are eligible to vote after reaching the mininmum age requirement.
- c The population that is eligible to register to vote
- d amendment to the constitution giving women the right to vote
- e Do not vote and stay out of elections and campaigns, but are willing to contact local officials about personal problems.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a lack of interest to vote, a "Whatever" attitude
- a tax of a fixed amount per person and payable as a requirement for the right to vote
- Those that do little more than vote, politically speaking. Tend to not be well-educated and are substantially older than the average American.
- a uniform ballot printed by the government distributed at the polls and able to be marked in secret.
- Vote and get involved in helping in campaigns. Better educated than the average voter and have strong political ties to a party.
5 True/False questions
Voting Rights Act of 1970 → gave eighteen year olds the right to vote in federal elections beginning January 1, 1971.
Literacy Tests → literacy requirement (understanding of the constitution) as a condition of voting
Registered Voters → People who are registered to vote
Motor Voter Bill → a lack of interest to vote, a "Whatever" attitude
Complete Activists → A person completely indoctrinated into popular causes