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American Government: Chapter 7 Political Parties
Political Organizations
Political Parties
Party Identification
Realignment
Parties and interest groups that function as intermediaries b…
Organizations that seek to achieve power by winning public of…
A citizen's personal affinity for a political party, usually…
A shift of voting patterns to form new coaltions of party sup…
Political Organizations
Parties and interest groups that function as intermediaries b…
Political Parties
Organizations that seek to achieve power by winning public of…
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Government: Chapter 7 (Political Parties)
Political Organizations
Political Parties
Party Identification
Realignment
Parties and interest groups that function as intermediaries b…
Organizations that seek to achieve power by winning public of…
Self-described identification with a political party, usually…
Long-term shift in social-group support for various political…
Political Organizations
Parties and interest groups that function as intermediaries b…
Political Parties
Organizations that seek to achieve power by winning public of…
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AP Government Vocab Chapter 7: Political Parties
Political party
Nonpartisan election
Patronage
Soft money
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
The dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
Money raised in unlimited amounts by political parties for pa…
Political party
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
Nonpartisan election
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
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AP Government: Chapter 7 Political Parties
political party
progressives
direct primary
national convention
a group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
In favor of a republic., reformers who worked to stop unfair…
Election in which voters choose party nominees
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
political party
a group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
progressives
In favor of a republic., reformers who worked to stop unfair…
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Chapter 7 (Part 2): American Government and Politics Today - Political Parties
dealignment
Democratic Party
divided government
electoral college
A decline in party loyalties that reduces long-term party com…
One of the two major American political parties evolving out…
A situation in which one major political party controls the p…
A group of persons, called electors, who are selected by the…
dealignment
A decline in party loyalties that reduces long-term party com…
Democratic Party
One of the two major American political parties evolving out…
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AP Government Chapter 7: Political Parties
nodes
party organization
party in government
party in the electorate
groups of people who belong to, are candidates of, or work fo…
a specific political party's leaders and workers at the natio…
the group of officeholders who belong to a specific political…
the group of citizens who identify with a specific political…
nodes
groups of people who belong to, are candidates of, or work fo…
party organization
a specific political party's leaders and workers at the natio…
AP U.S. Government Chapter 7: Political Parties
Political party
Nonpartisan election
Patronage
Soft money
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
The dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
Money raised in unlimited amounts by political parties for pa…
Political party
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
Nonpartisan election
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
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Government by the People: Chapter 7 Political Parties
political socialization
attitudes
selective exposure
deliberation
The process-most notably in families and schools-by which we…
An individuals propensity to perceive, interpret, or act towa…
Individuals choosing to access media with which they agree or…
The idea of people coming together, listening to each other,…
political socialization
The process-most notably in families and schools-by which we…
attitudes
An individuals propensity to perceive, interpret, or act towa…
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Government & Politics- Chapter 7: political parties
Party organization
National convention
Party platform
National committee
The formal structure and leadership of political party, inclu…
The meeting held every four years by each major party to sele…
A document drawn up at each national convention, outlining th…
A standing committee of a national political party establishe…
Party organization
The formal structure and leadership of political party, inclu…
National convention
The meeting held every four years by each major party to sele…
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American Government Chapter 7 Political Parties
The net difference between the value o…
A campaign in which paid consultants o…
Contending that many different individ…
Helps the economy grow. These have inv…
Balance of Trade
Candidate-Centered campaign
Decentralization
Economic development policies
The net difference between the value o…
Balance of Trade
A campaign in which paid consultants o…
Candidate-Centered campaign
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AP Government Chapter 7: Political Parties
political party
nonpartisan election
patronage
honeymoon
an organization that seeks political power by electing people…
an election in which candidates are not selected or endorsed…
the dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
the period at the beginning of a new president's term during…
political party
an organization that seeks political power by electing people…
nonpartisan election
an election in which candidates are not selected or endorsed…
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AP Government Vocab Chapter 7: Political Parties
Political party
Nonpartisan election
Patronage
Soft money
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
The dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
Money raised in unlimited amounts by political parties for pa…
Political party
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
Nonpartisan election
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
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AP Government Chapter 7: Political Parties
political party
nonpartisan election
patronage
honeymoon
an organization that seeks political power by electing people…
an election in which candidates are not selected or endorsed…
the dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
the period at the beginning of a new president's term during…
political party
an organization that seeks political power by electing people…
nonpartisan election
an election in which candidates are not selected or endorsed…
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AP Government Chapter 7 Political Parties
What is the role of the National Conve…
What is the role of the National Commi…
What is the role of the congressional…
What is the role of the national party…
the nomination of presidential candidates
Manage the Parties affairs in between the elections in raisin…
to help members and candidates running for office these commi…
runs the day to day activities of the party
What is the role of the National Conve…
the nomination of presidential candidates
What is the role of the National Commi…
Manage the Parties affairs in between the elections in raisin…
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AP Government: Chapter 7 Political Parties
political party
progressives
direct primary
national convention
a group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
In favor of a republic., reformers who worked to stop unfair…
Election in which voters choose party nominees
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
political party
a group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
progressives
In favor of a republic., reformers who worked to stop unfair…
American Government, Chapter 7: Political Parties
What are the basic functions of politi…
What is important about the six "party…
What is Realignment?
What is "cross-cutting"?
Elect members... Appeal to voters... Coordinate actions of official…
a 30-40 year period where one party dominated
A shift to a new "party system"
Issues emerge
What are the basic functions of politi…
Elect members... Appeal to voters... Coordinate actions of official…
What is important about the six "party…
a 30-40 year period where one party dominated
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U.S. Government Chapter 7: Political Parties
Political party
Nonpartisan election
Patronage
Soft money
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
The dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
Money raised in unlimited amounts by political parties for pa…
Political party
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
Nonpartisan election
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
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Chapter 7: Political Parties Winning The Right To Government
Political Party
Party Primary
Initiative
Recall
An organization designed to elect government officeholders un…
An election in which voters identified with a political party…
Legal or constitutional process common in the states that all…
A legal or constitutional device that allows voters to remove…
Political Party
An organization designed to elect government officeholders un…
Party Primary
An election in which voters identified with a political party…
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US Government Chapter 7: Political Parties, Participation, & Elections
Ballot Initiatives
Primary Elections
General Elections
Closed/Open primary
...
Ballot Initiatives
Primary Elections
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Government Alive! Chapter 7
Citizenship
Jim Crow Laws
Lawful Permanent Residents
Undocumented Immigrants
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
An immigrant who is legally authorized to live and work in th…
A person who has come to the United States to live and work w…
Citizenship
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Jim Crow Laws
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
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AP Government Unit 3, Chapter 7: Political Parties
Political Party
Nonpartisan Elections
Patronage
Caucus
Organization that seek political power by electing people to…
An election in which candidates are not selected or endorsed…
The dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to wi…
A meeting of local party members to choose party officials or…
Political Party
Organization that seek political power by electing people to…
Nonpartisan Elections
An election in which candidates are not selected or endorsed…
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Government Alive! Chapter 7
Citizenship
Jim Crow Laws
Lawful Permanent Residents
Undocumented Immigrants
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
An immigrant who is legally authorized to live and work in th…
A person who has come to the United States to live and work w…
Citizenship
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Jim Crow Laws
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
25 terms
Government Alive! Chapter 7
Citizenship
Jim Crow Laws
Lawful Permanent Residents
Undocumented Immigrants
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
An immigrant who is legally authorized to live and work in th…
A person who has come to the United States to live and work w…
Citizenship
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Jim Crow Laws
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
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US Government Chapter 7
nomination
General Election
Caucus
Direct Primary
the naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
a group of like minded people who meet to select the candidat…
intra- party election. It is held within a party to pick that…
nomination
the naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
General Election
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
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Government - Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Private Bill
Public Bill
Simple Resolution
Joint Resolution
A bill dealing with individual people or places
A bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
A statement adopted to cover matters affecting only one house…
A resolution passed by both houses of Congress dealing with u…
Private Bill
A bill dealing with individual people or places
Public Bill
A bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
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Government - Chapter 7
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Civil Service
Spoils System
any organization, either in government or the private sector,…
the administrators and skilled, expert workers who carry out…
The group of nonmilitary government workers who carry out the…
the practice of awarding government jobs as political rewards…
Bureaucracy
any organization, either in government or the private sector,…
Bureaucrats
the administrators and skilled, expert workers who carry out…
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Government Alive! Chapter 7
Citizenship
Jim Crow Laws
Lawful Permanent Residents
Undocumented Immigrants
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
An immigrant who is legally authorized to live and work in th…
A person who has come to the United States to live and work w…
Citizenship
The status of being a citizen, a person who by birth or natur…
Jim Crow Laws
Laws that enforced segregation and denied legal equality to A…
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AP U.S. Government Chapter 7: Political Parties
Political party
Nonpartisan election
Patronage
Soft money
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
The dispensing of government jobs to persons who belong to th…
Money raised in unlimited amounts by political parties for pa…
Political party
An organization that seeks political power by electing people…
Nonpartisan election
A local or judicial election in which candidates are not sele…
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American Government Chapter 7: Political Parties, Participation, and Elections
ballot initiative
closed primary
divided government
electoral college
a proposed law or policy change that is placed on the ballot…
a primary election in which voters can participate in the nom…
the condition in American government wherein the presidency i…
the presidential electors from each states who meet after the…
ballot initiative
a proposed law or policy change that is placed on the ballot…
closed primary
a primary election in which voters can participate in the nom…
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Government - Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Private Bill
Public Bill
Simple Resolution
Joint Resolution
A bill dealing with individual people or places
A bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
A statement adopted to cover matters affecting only one house…
A resolution passed by both houses of Congress dealing with u…
Private Bill
A bill dealing with individual people or places
Public Bill
A bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
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Magruders American Government Chapter 7
nomination
General Election
Caucus
Direct Primary
The naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
A group of like minded people who meet to select the candidat…
Intra- party election. It is held within a party to pick that…
nomination
The naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
General Election
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
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Government chapter 7
Nomination
General Election
5 methods of nomination
Primary
Naming of those who seak office
An election in which voters choose their leaders for elected…
self-announcement, a caucus, conventions, direct primary, and…
Qualified voters cast ballots in private for their preferred…
Nomination
Naming of those who seak office
General Election
An election in which voters choose their leaders for elected…
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Government - Chapter 7
nomination
general election
caucus
direct primary
process of naming the people who will represent a party for a…
Scheduled elections in which voters make the final selection…
Group of people (who think alike) who meet to select the cand…
An election to pick the party's candidates for general electi…
nomination
process of naming the people who will represent a party for a…
general election
Scheduled elections in which voters make the final selection…
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Government Chapter 7 Vocabulary
private bill
public bill
simple resolution
rider
a bill dealing with individual people or places
a bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
a statement adopted to cover matters affecting only one house…
a provision included in a bill on a subject other than the on…
private bill
a bill dealing with individual people or places
public bill
a bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
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Philippine Government Chapter 7 - Suffrage, Elections, and Political Parties
Suffrage
Election
Plebiscite
Referendum
Right and obligation of the citizens to vote in the election…
Principal means by which the citizens vote and select certain…
Type of election wherein the people render decision to accept…
Process wherein a law or part of a law passed by the legislat…
Suffrage
Right and obligation of the citizens to vote in the election…
Election
Principal means by which the citizens vote and select certain…
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Magruders American Government Chapter 7
nomination
General Election
The Federal Election Commission (FEC)
nonpartisan elections
The naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
government agency that Enforces:... the disclosure of campaign f…
Elections in which candidates are not identified by party lab…
nomination
The naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
General Election
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
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Magruders American Government Chapter 7
nomination
General Election
The Federal Election Commission (FEC)
nonpartisan elections
The naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
government agency that Enforces:... the disclosure of campaign f…
Elections in which candidates are not identified by party lab…
nomination
The naming of those who will seek office - narrows the field…
General Election
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
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Government Chapter 7
Citizenship
Lawful Permanent Resident
Undocumented Immigrant
Naturalization
The status of being a citizen; a person who by birth or natur…
an individual who has been granted the privilege of residing…
A person who has come to the US to live and work without the…
A legal process through which a person not granted citizenshi…
Citizenship
The status of being a citizen; a person who by birth or natur…
Lawful Permanent Resident
an individual who has been granted the privilege of residing…
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Chapter 7 - Government
nomination
general election
caucus
direct primary
Book- the process of candidate selection in an electoral syst…
Book- the regularly scheduled election at which voters make a…
Book- as a nominating device, a group of like-minded people w…
Book- an election held within a party to pick that party's ca…
nomination
Book- the process of candidate selection in an electoral syst…
general election
Book- the regularly scheduled election at which voters make a…
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Political Parties: Chapter 7
GOP
political party
Realignment
Dealignment
A nickname for the Republican part- "grand old party"
A group of individuals who organize to win elections, operate…
A process in which the popular support for and relative stren…
Among voters, a growing detachment from both major political…
GOP
A nickname for the Republican part- "grand old party"
political party
A group of individuals who organize to win elections, operate…
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Government Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Bandwagon effect
Caucus
Closed Primary
Congressional district method
A shift in electoral support to the candidate whom public opi…
A meeting of local party members to choose party officials or…
A primary in which only registered members of a particular po…
The geographical area and its people represented by a member…
Bandwagon effect
A shift in electoral support to the candidate whom public opi…
Caucus
A meeting of local party members to choose party officials or…
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Magruders American Government Chapter 7
nomination
General Election
Caucus
Direct Primary
the naming of those who will seek office- is a critically imp…
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
a group of like minded people who meet to select the candidat…
intra- party election. It is held within a party to pick that…
nomination
the naming of those who will seek office- is a critically imp…
General Election
Regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final…
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Government chapter 7 (MW)
Inferior courts
Jurisdiction
Concurrent jurisdiction
Plantiff
The lower federal courts, beneath the Supreme Courts
The authority of a court to hear a case.
Power shared by federal and State courts to hear certain cases.
In civil law, the party who brings a suit or some other legal…
Inferior courts
The lower federal courts, beneath the Supreme Courts
Jurisdiction
The authority of a court to hear a case.
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Political Parties (Chapter 7)
political party
spoils system
party convention
proportional representation
Organisation that seeks political power by electing people to…
Another name for "patronage," a system whereby a party in pol…
A meeting of party delegates to vote on matters of policy and…
An election system in which each party running receives the p…
political party
Organisation that seeks political power by electing people to…
spoils system
Another name for "patronage," a system whereby a party in pol…
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American Government & Citizenship Chapter 7, Executive Branch
Electoral College
Elector
Executive order
Pardon
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
A rule issued by the president that has the force of law.
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment.
Electoral College
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
Elector
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
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AP Government - Chapter 7
high-tech politics
mass media
media events
press conference
a politics in which the behavior of citizens and policymakers…
television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, and o…
events purposely staged for the media that nonetheless look s…
meetings of public officials with reporters
high-tech politics
a politics in which the behavior of citizens and policymakers…
mass media
television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, and o…
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Government - Chapter 7
Private Bill
Public Bill
Simple Resolution
Rider
a bill dealing with individual people and places
a bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
a statement adopted to cover matters affecting only one house…
a provision included in a bill on a subject other than the on…
Private Bill
a bill dealing with individual people and places
Public Bill
a bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
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U.S. Government - Chapter 7 (Political Party) TERMS
Political Party
Realigning
GOP
Dealignment
is a group of individuals who organize to win elections, oper…
is a process in which the popular support for and relative st…
Nickname for the 'Grand Old Party" i.e. Republican Party.
Among Voters, a growing detachment from both major political…
Political Party
is a group of individuals who organize to win elections, oper…
Realigning
is a process in which the popular support for and relative st…
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POLS 103 Chapter 7: Political Parties: Winning the Right to Govern
Duverger's Law
Initiative
Minor Party
Party Identification
Political scientist Maurice Duverger was the first to note th…
Legal or constitutional process common in the states that all…
A party that raises issues and offers candidates but has litt…
The emotional and intellectual commitment of a voter to his o…
Duverger's Law
Political scientist Maurice Duverger was the first to note th…
Initiative
Legal or constitutional process common in the states that all…
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Chapter 7 Government
Problems with online voting
Political Action Committees
primary
caucus
lack of access, hackers, and voter fraud
represent those who have stake in electoral politics
election to determine nominations for upcoming elections
a meeting of a small group of people to select candidates the…
Problems with online voting
lack of access, hackers, and voter fraud
Political Action Committees
represent those who have stake in electoral politics
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