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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9
Nomination
Nomination Campaign
Election Campaign
Nation Party Convention
the official endorsement of a candidate
a campaign that focuses on getting nominated through primary
usually between 2, focus is to be elected into that election…
the supreme power of a party, determine every 4 years they de…
Nomination
the official endorsement of a candidate
Nomination Campaign
a campaign that focuses on getting nominated through primary
21 terms
AP GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS: CHAPTER 9
Electoral College
Winner-take-all
Proportional Representation
Soft Money
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice…
An election system in which the candidate with the most votes…
An election system in which each party running receives the p…
Money raised in unlimited amounts by political parties for pa…
Electoral College
The electoral system used in electing the president and vice…
Winner-take-all
An election system in which the candidate with the most votes…
21 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 9
Nomination
Campaign strategy
National party convention
McGovern-Fraser commission
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by politic…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convntion m…
A commission formed at the 1968 Democratic convention in resp…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by politic…
Campaign strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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AP Government & Politics: Chapter 9
Winner-take-all system
Single-member district
Proportional Representation
Electoral College
An election system in which the candidate with the most votes…
An electoral district in which voters choose one representati…
Election system in which each party running receives the prop…
Electoral system used in electing the president and vice pres…
Winner-take-all system
An election system in which the candidate with the most votes…
Single-member district
An electoral district in which voters choose one representati…
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9
Caucus
Party realignment period
Democratic-Republicans
Factional parties
A closed meeting of party leaders to select party candidates
Features a sharp, lasting shift in the popular coalition supp…
The political party founded and led by Thomas Jefferson
Parties formed by a split within one of the major parties
Caucus
A closed meeting of party leaders to select party candidates
Party realignment period
Features a sharp, lasting shift in the popular coalition supp…
AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 Vocabulary
The official endorsement of a candidat…
The master game plan candidates lay ou…
The supreme power within each of the p…
A meeting of all state party leaders f…
Nomination
Campaign strategy
National party convention
Caucus
The official endorsement of a candidat…
Nomination
The master game plan candidates lay ou…
Campaign strategy
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Chapter 9 Vocab || AP Government & Politics
nominations
national party convention
Delegates to the Convention
party platform
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
A landmark case in American campaign finance law. Over two st…
A political party's statement of its goals and policies for t…
nominations
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
national party convention
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
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AP Government & Politics - Chapter 9
nomination
campaign strategy
national party convention
caucus
the official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
the master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
the supreme power within each of the parties; it meets every…
a meeting of all state party leaders for selecting delegates…
nomination
the official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
campaign strategy
the master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 9
judicial review
state system... fed system
precedent
types of cases
power of the court to declare something unconsitutional
state: state trial courts--state appeal courts---state suprem…
determines how future cases will be viewed
consitutional, legislature, specialized
judicial review
power of the court to declare something unconsitutional
state system... fed system
state: state trial courts--state appeal courts---state suprem…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9
Nomination
Campaign Strategy
National Party Convention
Caucus
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
A meeting of all state party leaders for selecting delegates…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
Campaign Strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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AP GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS CHAPTER 9
Political Party
Split Ticket
Straight Ticket
Office-bloc ballot
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Voting for candidates of the same party
A ballot listing all candidates of a given office under the n…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Split Ticket
Voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
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Chapter 9 AP Government and Politics
Political Action Committes
572 groups
Soft money
Matching funds
funding vehicles created by the 1974 campaign finance reforms…
independent groups that seek to influence the political proce…
political contributions earmarked for party-building expenses…
contributions of up to $250 are matched from the presidential…
Political Action Committes
funding vehicles created by the 1974 campaign finance reforms…
572 groups
independent groups that seek to influence the political proce…
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AP Politics and Government Chapter 9
Nomination
Campaign strategy
National party convention
McGovern-Fraser Commission
The official endorsement of a candidate for office b as polit…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the party's. The convention…
A commission formed at the 1968 Democratic convention in resp…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office b as polit…
Campaign strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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AP GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS CHAPTER 9
Characterize the background of members…
identify the principal factors influen…
compare and contrast the house and sen…
outline the path of bills to passage a…
congress has proportionately more whites and males than the g…
incumbents usually win elections, because they usually draw w…
the house is much larger than the senate, and is also charact…
congress is typically a cumbersome decision-making body, and…
Characterize the background of members…
congress has proportionately more whites and males than the g…
identify the principal factors influen…
incumbents usually win elections, because they usually draw w…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 9
nomination
campaign strategy
National party convention
mcgovern-fraser comission
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by politic…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power with in each of the parties. The convention…
A commission forms at the 1968 democratic convention in respo…
nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by politic…
campaign strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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Chapter 9 AP Government and Politics
Nomination
National Party Convention
Presidential Primaries
Superdelegates
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
Elections in which voter in a state vote for a candidate (or…
National party leaders who automatically get a delegate slot…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
National Party Convention
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
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Chapter 9 Ap Government and Politics
amicus curiae
appellate court
appellate jurisdiction
brief
A Latin term meaning "friend of the court." Refers to interes…
A court having jurisdiction to review cases and issues that w…
Authority of court to review a decision of a lower court or a…
Legal document submitted to the court setting forth the facts…
amicus curiae
A Latin term meaning "friend of the court." Refers to interes…
appellate court
A court having jurisdiction to review cases and issues that w…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 9
Nomination
Campaign Strategy
National Party Convention
Caucus (state party)
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the parties. This item meets…
A meeting of all state party leaders for selecting delegates…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
Campaign Strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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AP Government/Politics Vocab: Chapter 9
Bureaucracy
Neutral competence
spoils system
Patronage
An organization characterized by hierarchal structure, worker…
The principle that bureaucracy should be depoliticized by mak…
19th century practice of firing government workers of a defea…
System in which a successful candidate rewards friends, contr…
Bureaucracy
An organization characterized by hierarchal structure, worker…
Neutral competence
The principle that bureaucracy should be depoliticized by mak…
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AP American Government and Politics-Chapter 9 Vocab
nomination
campaign strategy
national party convention
caucus
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
The supreme power with in each of the parties. The convention…
A system for selecting convention delegates used in about a d…
nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
campaign strategy
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Caucus
Congressional Campaign Committee
Ideological Party
National Convention
A meeting of party members to select delegates backing one or…
A party committee in congress that provides funds to members…
A party that values principled stands on issues above all else
A meeting of party delegates held every 4 years
Caucus
A meeting of party members to select delegates backing one or…
Congressional Campaign Committee
A party committee in congress that provides funds to members…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
National party convention
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
A meeting of party delegates held every four years.
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 & 10 Vocabulary
Mass media
News media
24/7 news cycle
Political socialization
Means of communication that reach the public, including newsp…
Media that emphasize the news.
News is now constantly updated via Internet sites like the Ne…
The process - most notably in families and schools - by which…
Mass media
Means of communication that reach the public, including newsp…
News media
Media that emphasize the news.
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Chapter 9 AP Government and Politics: vocab
Nomination
Campaign Strategy
National Party Convention
McGovern-Fraser Commission
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
A commission formed at the 1968 Democratic convention in resp…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
Campaign Strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
31 terms
AP American Government and Politics-Chapter 9 Vocab
nomination
campaign strategy
national party convention
caucus
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
The supreme power with in each of the parties. The convention…
A system for selecting convention delegates used in about a d…
nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
campaign strategy
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
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AP U.S. Government and Politics Chapter 9
bureaucracy
neutral competence
spoils system
patronage
an organization characterized by hierarchical structure, work…
the principle that bureaucracy should be depoliticized by mak…
the nineteenth century practice of rewarding political suppor…
system in which successful party candidates reward supporters…
bureaucracy
an organization characterized by hierarchical structure, work…
neutral competence
the principle that bureaucracy should be depoliticized by mak…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9: Political Parties
POLITICAL PARTIES
Which country has the oldest parties i…
VOCABULARY: Political Parties
What is a LABEL?
...
United States
a group that elects candidates to public office by supply a l…
identification or symbol in the minds of the voters (most pow…
POLITICAL PARTIES
...
Which country has the oldest parties i…
United States
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AP Government Wilson Chapter 9 Political Parties
caucus
congressional campaign committee
direct primary
economic-protest parties
An alternative to a state primary in which party followers me…
Separate committees in Congress for each political party to h…
A proposal originated by progressive reformers to open up pol…
Parties, usually based in a particular region, especially inv…
caucus
An alternative to a state primary in which party followers me…
congressional campaign committee
Separate committees in Congress for each political party to h…
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AP Government Wilson Chapter 9 Political Parties
caucus
congressional campaign committee
direct primary
economic-protest parties
An alternative to a state primary in which party followers me…
Separate committees in Congress for each political party to h…
A proposal originated by progressive reformers to open up pol…
Parties, usually based in a particular region, especially inv…
caucus
An alternative to a state primary in which party followers me…
congressional campaign committee
Separate committees in Congress for each political party to h…
31 terms
AP Government & Politics Chapter 9 Vocab
nomination
campaign strategy
national party convention
McGovern-Fraser Commission
the official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
the master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
the supreme power within each of the parties, the convention…
a commission formed at the 1968 Democratic convention in resp…
nomination
the official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
campaign strategy
the master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 9: Bureaucracy Vocab
Agency Capture
Bureaucracy
Bureaucratese
Bureaucratic Discretion
Process whereby regulatory agencies come to be protective of…
An organization characterized by hierarchical structure, work…
The often unintelligible language used by bureaucrats to avoi…
Bureaucrats use of their own judgement in interpreting and ca…
Agency Capture
Process whereby regulatory agencies come to be protective of…
Bureaucracy
An organization characterized by hierarchical structure, work…
20 terms
AP American Government and Politics-Chapter 9 Vocab
nomination
campaign strategy
national party convention
caucus
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
The supreme power with in each of the parties. The convention…
A system for selecting convention delegates used in about a d…
nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
campaign strategy
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
20 terms
AP American Government and Politics Chapter 9
Nomination
Campaign Strategy
National Party Convention
Caucus
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
A meeting of all state party leaders for selecting delegates…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
Campaign Strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
20 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 Vocab.
Political Party
mugwumps or progressives
Critical or realignment period
split ticket
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1902, composed i…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
mugwumps or progressives
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1902, composed i…
24 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
27 terms
Chapter 9 Vocab || AP Government & Politics
nominations
national party convention
Delegates to the Convention
party platform
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
A landmark case in American campaign finance law. Over two st…
A political party's statement of its goals and policies for t…
nominations
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
national party convention
The supreme power within each of the parties. The convention…
20 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
Mugwumps/Progressives
Critical/Realignment period
Split ticket
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Mugwumps/Progressives
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
29 terms
Chapter 9 AP Government and Politics Vocabulary
Nomination
Campaign Strategy
National Party Convention
Mcgovern-Fraser Commission
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power in the party.
A commission formed at the 1968 Democratic convention in resp…
Nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
Campaign Strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
20 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Nomination
Campaign Strategy
National Party Convention
Caucus
Benefitial endorsment of a candidate for office by a politica…
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
The supreme power within each of the parties. They meet every…
A meeting about the party leaders for selecting delegates to…
Nomination
Benefitial endorsment of a candidate for office by a politica…
Campaign Strategy
The master game plan candidates lay out to guide their electo…
20 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 Vocabulary
The official endorsement of a candidat…
The master game plan candidates lay ou…
The supreme power within each of the p…
A meeting of all state party leaders f…
Nomination
Campaign strategy
National party convention
Caucus
The official endorsement of a candidat…
Nomination
The master game plan candidates lay ou…
Campaign strategy
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
20 terms
AP American Government and Politics-Chapter 9 Vocab
nomination
campaign strategy
national party convention
caucus
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
The supreme power with in each of the parties. The convention…
A system for selecting convention delegates used in about a d…
nomination
The official endorsement of a candidate for office by a polit…
campaign strategy
The master game plan that candidates lay out to guide their e…
20 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 9 Vocabulary
The official endorsement of a candidat…
The master game plan candidates lay ou…
The supreme power within each of the p…
A meeting of all state party leaders f…
Nomination
Campaign strategy
National party convention
Caucus
The official endorsement of a candidat…
Nomination
The master game plan candidates lay ou…
Campaign strategy
13 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 9 - Political Parties
Political Party
patronage
Mugwumps / Progressives
Realignment period
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Republican party faction of the 1890s to the 1910s, composed…
Periods when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular coa…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office.
patronage
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
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