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AP Government and Politics Chapter 13
nomination campaign
General election campaign
campaign manager
finance chair
phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary elec…
phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to of…
the individual who travels with the candidate and coordinates…
the individual who coordinates the financial business of the…
nomination campaign
phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary elec…
General election campaign
phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to of…
20 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
Government spending. Major areas of federal spending are soci…
The financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
Budget
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
31 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13
Authoritarian system
Ballot measure
Closed primary
Conventional political participation
a system of government that bases its rule on force rather th…
an election option such as the initiative or referundum that…
a primary election in which only a party's registered voters…
political participation that attempts to influence the politi…
Authoritarian system
a system of government that bases its rule on force rather th…
Ballot measure
an election option such as the initiative or referundum that…
Ap Government and Politics Chapter 13
Bicameral Legislation
Filibuster
Marginal Districts
Safe districts
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts.
An attempt to defeat a bill in the senate by talking indefini…
Political districts in which candidates elected to the house…
Districts in which incumbents win by margin of 55 percent or…
Bicameral Legislation
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts.
Filibuster
An attempt to defeat a bill in the senate by talking indefini…
47 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13
The White House is...
Main reason why presidents have troubl…
Presidents operate in an...
The President and the Vice President a…
The only place in the world where television networks assign…
Policymakers have their own interests and sources of power
Environment filled with checks and balances and competing cen…
The only officials elected by the entire nation
The White House is...
The only place in the world where television networks assign…
Main reason why presidents have troubl…
Policymakers have their own interests and sources of power
40 terms
AP Government & Politics Chapter 13
19th amendment
15th amendment
23rd amendment
24th amendment
made it illegal for the states to discriminate against men or…
gave freed slaves the right to vote
extends the right to vote in presidential elections to citize…
outlawed the poll tax as a requirement for voting
19th amendment
made it illegal for the states to discriminate against men or…
15th amendment
gave freed slaves the right to vote
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Chapter 13 - AP Government and Politics - Schaffner
Bicameral legislature
Causus
Closed rule
Cloture rule
a lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
a meeting of party members to select delegates backing one or…
an order from the House Rules Committee that sets a time limi…
a rule set by the Senate to end or limit debate
Bicameral legislature
a lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
Causus
a meeting of party members to select delegates backing one or…
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AP Government and Politics- Chapter 13
22nd amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25th Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits the presidents to t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president to…
22nd amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits the presidents to t…
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
14 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13
Twenty secomd Amendment
Twenty fifth Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice presidents…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Twenty secomd Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty fifth Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice presidents…
14 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13
Twenty secomd Amendment
Twenty fifth Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice presidents…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Twenty secomd Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty fifth Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice presidents…
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AP GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS CHAPTER 13
Appropriations Bill pg. 442, 13.3
Authorization Bill pg. 441, 13.3
Budget pg. 422 N/A
Budget Resolution pg. 440, 13.3
An act of Congress that actually funds programs within limits…
An act of Congress that establishes, continues, or changes a…
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
A resolution binding Congress to a total expenditure level, s…
Appropriations Bill pg. 442, 13.3
An act of Congress that actually funds programs within limits…
Authorization Bill pg. 441, 13.3
An act of Congress that establishes, continues, or changes a…
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AP Government and Politics Vocabulary Chapter 13
Judicial Review
Adversary System
Criminal Law
Civil Law
The power of a court to review laws or government regulations…
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
Judicial Review
The power of a court to review laws or government regulations…
Adversary System
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
35 terms
Chapter 13 - AP Government and Politics
Bicameral legislature
filibuster
marginal districts
safe district
a lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
an attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefine…
Political districts in which candidates elected to the House…
districts in which incumbents win by margins of 55 percent or…
Bicameral legislature
a lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
filibuster
an attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefine…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Bicameral legislature
Caucus
Cloture rule
Conference committee
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
An association of Congress members created to advance a polit…
A rule used by the Senate to end or limit debate
A joint committee appointed to resolve differences in the Sen…
Bicameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
Caucus
An association of Congress members created to advance a polit…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Government spending.
The financial resources of the government.
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 - Part II
Standing committees
Select committees
Joint committees
Conference committee
Permanently established legislative committees that consider…
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time and pur…
Committees on which both senators and representatives serve.
A joint committee appointed to resolce differences in the Sen…
Standing committees
Permanently established legislative committees that consider…
Select committees
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time and pur…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Budget... (13.1,422)
Expenditures... (13.1,422)
Revenues... (13.1,422)
Income Tax... (13.1,423)
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Government spending. Major areas of federal spending are soci…
The financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
Shares of individual wages and corporate revenues collected b…
Budget... (13.1,422)
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Expenditures... (13.1,422)
Government spending. Major areas of federal spending are soci…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Twenty-second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president to…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
30 terms
AP Government and Politics Vocabulary Chapter 13
Judicial review
Adversary system
Criminal law
Civil law
The power of a court to review laws or governmental regulatio…
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
Judicial review
The power of a court to review laws or governmental regulatio…
Adversary system
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
Chapter 13: Congress Vocab - AP Government and Politics
Conservative Coalition
Pork-barrel Legislation
Partisan Polarization
Division (or standing) Vote
An alliance between Republicans and conservative Democrats
Legislation that gives tangible benefits to constituents in s…
A vote in which a majority of Democratic legislatures oppose…
A congressional voting procedure in which members stand and a…
Conservative Coalition
An alliance between Republicans and conservative Democrats
Pork-barrel Legislation
Legislation that gives tangible benefits to constituents in s…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13, 14, 15
nomination campaign
general election campaign
campaign manager
finance chair
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary el…
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to…
- the individual who travels with the candidate and coordinat…
the individual who coordinates the financial business of the…
nomination campaign
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary el…
general election campaign
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to…
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AP Government and Politics Chapter 13: Vocabulary
Astroturf Lobbying
Collective Good
Direct Lobbying
Economic Interest Groups
Indirect lobbying efforts that manipulate or create public se…
A good or service that, by its very nature, cannot be denied…
Direct interaction with public officials for the purpose of i…
Groups that organize to influence government policy for the e…
Astroturf Lobbying
Indirect lobbying efforts that manipulate or create public se…
Collective Good
A good or service that, by its very nature, cannot be denied…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 - Congress
ARTICLE I - THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH...F…
***Article I: Ultimate power of the pu…
What is the only entity that can exerc…
Where are the powers of Congress writt…
...
...
Congress
Article I Section 8 ; 14 powers
ARTICLE I - THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH...F…
...
***Article I: Ultimate power of the pu…
...
76 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13, 14, 15
nomination campaign
general election campaign
campaign manager
finance chair
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary el…
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to…
- the individual who travels with the candidate and coordinat…
the individual who coordinates the financial business of the…
nomination campaign
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary el…
general election campaign
- phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to…
37 terms
AP American Government and Politics: Chapter 13: Congress
bicameral legislature
filibuster
marginal districts
safe districts
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
Political districts in which candidates elected to the House…
Districts in which incumbents win by margins of 55% or more
bicameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
filibuster
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
22 terms
AP Government/Politics: Chapter 13 Vocabulary
faction
interest group
political action committees (PACs)
lobbying
a group of citizens united by some common passion or interest…
an organization of individuals who share a common political g…
the fundraising arms of interest groups
interest group activities aimed at persuading policymakers to…
faction
a group of citizens united by some common passion or interest…
interest group
an organization of individuals who share a common political g…
54 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Attitudinal View of Representation
Bicameral Legislature
Caucus (Congressional)
Christmas Tree Bill
The theory of congressional voting behavior which assumes tha…
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
A meeting of party members to select delegates backing one or…
When a bill has many riders, it is called a Christmas Tree Bi…
Attitudinal View of Representation
The theory of congressional voting behavior which assumes tha…
Bicameral Legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
35 terms
Chapter 13: The Presidency - AP Government and Politics
22 Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25 Amendment
Passed in 1951, limits presidents to 2 terms in office
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1951, permits the vice president to become acting p…
22 Amendment
Passed in 1951, limits presidents to 2 terms in office
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
14 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Twenty-Second Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Limits the president to two terms.
The House of Representatives may impeah he president by a maj…
Events surrounding the break in at the Democratic National Co…
Permits the Vice President to become acting President if the…
Twenty-Second Amendment
Limits the president to two terms.
Impeachment
The House of Representatives may impeah he president by a maj…
14 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Twenty-second Amendment
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Twenty-second Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
14 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocabulary
twenty-second amendment
impeachment
Watergate
twenty-fifth amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1951, this amendment permits the vice president to…
twenty-second amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
31 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 Terms
Conventional Political Participation
Unconventional Political Participation
Turnout
Ticket-Splitting
Political participation that attempt to influence the politic…
Political participation that attempts to influence the politi…
The proportion of the voting-age public that votes.
Voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Conventional Political Participation
Political participation that attempt to influence the politic…
Unconventional Political Participation
Political participation that attempts to influence the politi…
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AP Government and Politics Vocabulary Chapter 13
Judicial review
Adversary system
Criminal law
Civil law
The power of a court to review laws or governmental regulatio…
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
Judicial review
The power of a court to review laws or governmental regulatio…
Adversary system
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
21 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Budget... (13.1,422)
Expenditures... (13.1,422)
Revenues... (13.1,422)
Income Tax... (13.1,423)
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Government spending. Major areas of federal spending are soci…
The financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
Shares of individual wages and corporate revenues collected b…
Budget... (13.1,422)
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Expenditures... (13.1,422)
Government spending. Major areas of federal spending are soci…
54 terms
Chapter 13 vocab AP government and politics
Formal powers
Bicameral/Bicameralism
Enumerated powers
Expressed powers
general term for any power that is specifically granted in th…
two chambers/houses of Congress
a list of items found in Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Con…
powers specifically listed in the Constitution
Formal powers
general term for any power that is specifically granted in th…
Bicameral/Bicameralism
two chambers/houses of Congress
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 13 [A]
Bicameral legislature
The powerful house
The divided house
The Speaker rules
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts.
Phase one of House history. The House overshadowed the Senate…
Phase two of House history. The House's influence began to wa…
Phase three of House history. Toward the end of the 19th cent…
Bicameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts.
The powerful house
Phase one of House history. The House overshadowed the Senate…
40 terms
AP US Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocab
Advice and Consent
Appointment Power
Cabinet
Chief Diplomat
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
Advice and Consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
Appointment Power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
40 terms
AP US Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocab
Advice and Consent
Appointment Power
Cabinet
Chief Diplomat
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
Advice and Consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
Appointment Power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
12 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 True/False
Presidential elections occur the Tuesd…
In Louisiana, if a candidate wins by a…
The Democratic Party uses the winner-t…
Barack Obama holds the record for most…
True
True
False
False
Presidential elections occur the Tuesd…
True
In Louisiana, if a candidate wins by a…
True
38 terms
AP US Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocab
Advice and Consent
Appointment Power
Cabinet
Chief Diplomat
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
Advice and Consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
Appointment Power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
26 terms
AP Government in America Chapter 13 (The Budget: The Politics of Taxing and Spending)
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Government spending. Major areas of federal spending are soci…
The financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
15 terms
Chapter 13 Vocabulary AP Government & Politics
22nd Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25th Amendment
An amendment to the U.S. Constitution that ensures that no pe…
A formal accusation of wrongdoing against a public official.…
A major political scandal that occurred in the United States…
An amendment that deals with succession to the Presidency and…
22nd Amendment
An amendment to the U.S. Constitution that ensures that no pe…
Impeachment
A formal accusation of wrongdoing against a public official.…
AP Government and Politics- Chapter 13 and 15
Prime Minister
Article II
12th Amendment
20th Amendment
The leader of the party that forms the government in the Hous…
Executive Branch... salary cannot change ... State of the Union ... H…
separation the ballot for President and Vice President to avo…
Lame Duck Amendment ... Shortened time period between election…
Prime Minister
The leader of the party that forms the government in the Hous…
Article II
Executive Branch... salary cannot change ... State of the Union ... H…
30 terms
AP U.S. Government and Politics: Chapter 13
judicial review
adversary system
criminal law
civil law
The power of a court to review laws or governmental regulatio…
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
A law that defines crimes against the public order
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
judicial review
The power of a court to review laws or governmental regulatio…
adversary system
A judicial system in which the court of law is a neutral aren…
25 terms
AP US Government & Politics - Chapter 13
Budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
a policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
government spending. major areas of federal spending are soci…
the financial resources of the government. the individual inc…
Budget
a policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
deficit
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
11 terms
AP US Government and Politics - Chapter 13: Congress Part 1
Bi-cameral legislature
Filibuster
Rule 22
Marginal districts
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts.
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
provided that debate could be cut off by two thirds of the se…
Political districts in which candidates elected to the House…
Bi-cameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts.
Filibuster
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
377 terms
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary, Ap Government & Politics Midterm vocab
The theory of congressional voting beh…
A legislative assembly composed of two…
An association of members of Congress…
A bill that has a lot of riders.
attitudinal view of representation
bicameral legislature
caucus (congressional)
Christmas tree bill
The theory of congressional voting beh…
attitudinal view of representation
A legislative assembly composed of two…
bicameral legislature
37 terms
AP United States Government and Politics Chapter 13
Administrative Discretion
Appropriations
Approval Ratings
Cabinet
The usage of professional judgement and expertise
The action of taking something from someone without permission
A poll taken using percentages to judge the people's approval…
A body of advisers for an executive or leader
Administrative Discretion
The usage of professional judgement and expertise
Appropriations
The action of taking something from someone without permission
30 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 13 Vocab: Voting and Elections
Authoritarian System
ballot measure
closed primary
conventional political participation
System of government that bases it's rule on force rather tha…
election measure that enables voters to enact public policy
primary election where only a party's registered voters are e…
political participation that attempts influence the political…
Authoritarian System
System of government that bases it's rule on force rather tha…
ballot measure
election measure that enables voters to enact public policy
21 terms
AP Government Chapter 13: The Budget: The Politics of Taxing and Spending
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (expe…
excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
government spending including social services and national de…
financial resources of the government including the two major…
budget
policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (expe…
deficit
excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
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