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American Government.Political Parties
Political Party
Two-Party System
Republican Party
Democratic Party
A group of persons who seek to control government through the…
A political system dominated by two major parties
major political party in the U.S.A. with a conservative ideol…
major political party in the U.S.A with a liberal ideology
Political Party
A group of persons who seek to control government through the…
Two-Party System
A political system dominated by two major parties
18 terms
Government: Political Parties & Politics
What did George Washington in his fare…
Platform
Precinct
What is the primary goal of the parties?
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
local voting district
to get their candidate elected to office
What did George Washington in his fare…
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
Platform
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
20 terms
Government: Political Parties & Politics
What did George Washington in his fare…
Platform
Precinct
What is the primary goal of the parties?
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
local voting district
to get their candidate elected to office
What did George Washington in his fare…
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
Platform
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
51 terms
AP Government- Political Parties
Define Political Party
What are common usages of the term "Po…
Define Party Organization
Define One-Party System
-Voluntary association of people who seek to elect officials…
-To refer to voters who identify with the party... -To refer to…
-People who work to strengthen the party by raising money, re…
-Only one party is allowed or one party dominates the system…
Define Political Party
-Voluntary association of people who seek to elect officials…
What are common usages of the term "Po…
-To refer to voters who identify with the party... -To refer to…
39 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
Government and Politics - Political parties
Compassionate Conservative
Liberal
Conservative
Partisanship
A term popularised by George W Bush during his 2000 president…
A view that seeks to change the political, economic and socia…
A view that seeks to defend the political, economic and socia…
A term used to denote a state of affairs in which members of…
Compassionate Conservative
A term popularised by George W Bush during his 2000 president…
Liberal
A view that seeks to change the political, economic and socia…
Government Political Parties
one-party system
two-party system
multiparty system
candidate
one political party controls the government, and no other par…
two major political parties try to control the government
three or more political parties try to control the government
a person who is running for office
one-party system
one political party controls the government, and no other par…
two-party system
two major political parties try to control the government
AP Government: Political Parties
political party
party in the electorate
party as organization
party in government
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
a political party as it exists with leaders, offices, staff,…
a political party as it exists with government officials that…
political party
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
party in the electorate
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
39 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
32 terms
AP Government Political Parties
political party
party in the electorate
party as organization
party in government
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
a political party as it exists with leaders, offices, staff,…
a political party as it exists with government officials that…
political party
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
party in the electorate
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
54 terms
AP Government Political Parties
The voting patterns of members of Cong…
Compared with political parties in cou…
Which of the following statements is s…
Political party
their political party affiliation
less clearly identified with consistent political ideoligies
President Reagan nominated the smallest percentage of women t…
a group of likeminded individuals who attempt to hold politic…
The voting patterns of members of Cong…
their political party affiliation
Compared with political parties in cou…
less clearly identified with consistent political ideoligies
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
29 terms
AP Government - Political Parties
political party
factions
Federalists
nonpartisan election
Group that seeks to elect candidates and gives them a label
A name applied by some of the Founders to political parties,…
The political party founded and led by Hamilton
An election in which candidates for office are not identified…
political party
Group that seeks to elect candidates and gives them a label
factions
A name applied by some of the Founders to political parties,…
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AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (POLITICAL PARTIES)
POLITICAL PARTY
NATIONAL PARTY CONVENTION
PARTY PLATFORM
CRITICAL ELECTION
An organization that seeks to win elections for the purpose o…
A large meeting that draws together party delegates from acro…
A document outlining the party's (candidate) position on impo…
An election that produces sharp changes in patterns of party…
POLITICAL PARTY
An organization that seeks to win elections for the purpose o…
NATIONAL PARTY CONVENTION
A large meeting that draws together party delegates from acro…
25 terms
Government Political Parties/Voting
political party
plank
platform
nominating function
a voluntary group of people who organize to win elections, ho…
one idea of a political party
all ideas of a political party
determine pol parties official candidates
political party
a voluntary group of people who organize to win elections, ho…
plank
one idea of a political party
10 terms
Government: Political Parties
Party Centered Politics
Candidate Centered Politics
Federalists and Jeffersonian Republicans
Grassroots Party (Democrats)
Election campaigns and other political processes in which pol…
Election campaigns and other political processes in which can…
What were the ACTUAL 1st political parties?
A political party organized at the level of the voters and de…
Party Centered Politics
Election campaigns and other political processes in which pol…
Candidate Centered Politics
Election campaigns and other political processes in which can…
AP Government: Political Parties
party competition
political party
linkage institution
rational-choice theory
battle of the parties for control of public offices
a group of people seeking to control the governing apparatus…
institutions that link the people's concerns to the policymak…
individuals act in their own self-interest and weigh the cost…
party competition
battle of the parties for control of public offices
political party
a group of people seeking to control the governing apparatus…
Government Political Parties
Ward
Electorate
Precinct
Plurality
A unit into which cities are often divided for the election o…
All of the people entitled to vote in a given election
A voting district
Number of votes the leading candidate has in an election
Ward
A unit into which cities are often divided for the election o…
Electorate
All of the people entitled to vote in a given election
6 terms
Government HSA: Political Parties
Third Party
Political Party
Propaganda
Ticket
Any political party other than one of the two major parties (…
A group of people with like broad interests, who organize to…
The use of information or rumors to influence opinion
A political party's presidential and vice presidential candid…
Third Party
Any political party other than one of the two major parties (…
Political Party
A group of people with like broad interests, who organize to…
23 terms
Government Political Parties Vocabulary
candidate-centered politics
Political Party
Governmental party
Organizational Party
Politics that focuses directly on the candidates, their parti…
An organized effort by office holders, candidates, activists,…
the office holders who organize themselves and pursue policy…
The workers and activists who make up the party's formal orga…
candidate-centered politics
Politics that focuses directly on the candidates, their parti…
Political Party
An organized effort by office holders, candidates, activists,…
AP Government: Political Parties
political parties
roles of political parties
nonpartisan elections
unifying the electorate
ideological and policy making organizations that seek politic…
organizing elections, simplifying choices for voters, helping…
not all elections allow candidates to identify their party; c…
parties come together internally to create opposition to the…
political parties
ideological and policy making organizations that seek politic…
roles of political parties
organizing elections, simplifying choices for voters, helping…
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
Political Parties/ Forms of Government
Republicans
Democrats
Third Parties
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This major political party is known for less government, and…
This major political party is known for more government, and…
Green Party, Constitution Party, Tea Party, Libertarian Party…
How old you have to be to vote
Republicans
This major political party is known for less government, and…
Democrats
This major political party is known for more government, and…
10 terms
Political Parties AP Government
Party Platform
Party Realignment
Critical Election
Party Dealignment
Outlines the philosophy, practice, and goals of a party and t…
The movement of voters from one political party to another re…
Election that starts a new party era.
Movement of voters away from the two major political parties…
Party Platform
Outlines the philosophy, practice, and goals of a party and t…
Party Realignment
The movement of voters from one political party to another re…
22 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political party/purpose
split ticket
straight ticket
5 Functions of political parties
A political party is a group that seeks to elect candidates t…
voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Functions are to: nominate candidates, inform and activate su…
Political party/purpose
A political party is a group that seeks to elect candidates t…
split ticket
voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
24 terms
Government Chapter 5 Political Parties
Political Party
Partisanship
Party in Power
Minor Party
A group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
Government action based on firm allegiance to a political party
In american politics the party inpower is the party that cont…
one of the many political parties without wide voter support…
Political Party
A group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
Partisanship
Government action based on firm allegiance to a political party
25 terms
Government Political Parties
The Party Organization
The Party in Government
Party in the electorate
What do Parties Do?
behind the process
the actual members of the government (Pres., people running,…
individuals who name themselves Republican or Democrat. -voters
1. Vital Link between the people and their gov.... 2. Nominate C…
The Party Organization
behind the process
The Party in Government
the actual members of the government (Pres., people running,…
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Parties
Linkage Institutions
Party Image
Rational- choice theory
Team of Men and Women seeking to control the governing appara…
The channels through which people's concerns become political…
Voters Perception of what the Republicans or Democrats stand…
Explains the actions of the voters and politicians and assume…
Political Parties
Team of Men and Women seeking to control the governing appara…
Linkage Institutions
The channels through which people's concerns become political…
Government: Political Parties
Political Party
2 Major Parties
Partisianship
Party in Power
group of persons who seek to control government through the w…
Republican and Democratic
firm allegiance to a party is the basis for government action
party that controls the executive branch
Political Party
group of persons who seek to control government through the w…
2 Major Parties
Republican and Democratic
AP government political parties
American Independent party
Bull moose party
Caucus
civil service
political party whose most famous presidential candidate was…
nickname for the new progressive party, which was formed to s…
a private meeting of party leaders to choose candidates for o…
the group of people whose job it is to carry out the work of…
American Independent party
political party whose most famous presidential candidate was…
Bull moose party
nickname for the new progressive party, which was formed to s…
52 terms
Enginger- Government (political parties)
public opinion
Democrats and Republicans
List ways responsible citizens can hel…
conservatives
views shared by people
political parties formed by Thomas Jefferson... the two main par…
- write... - email... - protest... - march
against a strong central government... people should have more p…
public opinion
views shared by people
Democrats and Republicans
political parties formed by Thomas Jefferson... the two main par…
36 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
32 terms
American Government - political parties
The name of America's two political pa…
In the US voting, the districts are __…
In the US elections are known as ____-…
In a multi-party system (like Europe)…
Democrats and Republicans
single
winner-take-all
proportional
The name of America's two political pa…
Democrats and Republicans
In the US voting, the districts are __…
single
AP Government - Political Parties
political party
factions
Federalists
nonpartisan election
Group that seeks to elect candidates and gives them a label
A name applied by some of the Founders to political parties,…
The political party founded and led by Hamilton
An election in which candidates for office are not identified…
political party
Group that seeks to elect candidates and gives them a label
factions
A name applied by some of the Founders to political parties,…
14 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Liberal
Conservative
Original Democratic Party
Original Republican Party
•Left or let leaning... •Value equality... •Generally favor governm…
•Right or right leaning... •Generally apples government involvem…
Originally stood for ... •small government... •limited powers... •stri…
Originally Stood for... •bigger government... •enhanced federal pow…
Liberal
•Left or let leaning... •Value equality... •Generally favor governm…
Conservative
•Right or right leaning... •Generally apples government involvem…
14 terms
Government political parties
Moderate
Single issue party
Splinter party
Plurality
Viewpoints between liberal and conservative
Concentrate on one public policy matter
Split from major party
Winner takes all
Moderate
Viewpoints between liberal and conservative
Single issue party
Concentrate on one public policy matter
39 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
21 terms
AP Government Political Parties
factions
Whigs
party-in-the-electorate
party organization
groups acting in pursuit of an interest (can be a subgroup) t…
The Whigs were originally colonists supporting independence.…
People in the public who identify with the party and feel som…
formal structure and leadership of the party. Hierarchy: Nati…
factions
groups acting in pursuit of an interest (can be a subgroup) t…
Whigs
The Whigs were originally colonists supporting independence.…
15 terms
AP Government-Political Parties
First two political powers
Two-party system
Independent Organization
Political parties
Federalists and the Anti-Federalists
developed in the US due to conflicts about the Constitution w…
Two political parties are separate and exist on a national, s…
Large part of politics but is not addressed in the Constitution
First two political powers
Federalists and the Anti-Federalists
Two-party system
developed in the US due to conflicts about the Constitution w…
30 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Amicus Curiae Brief
Coalition Building
Dealignment
Divided Government
Literally, a "friend of the court" brief, filed by an individ…
the alliance of special interest groups with the purpose of a…
Weakening of partisan preferences that points to a rejection…
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Amicus Curiae Brief
Literally, a "friend of the court" brief, filed by an individ…
Coalition Building
the alliance of special interest groups with the purpose of a…
AP Government Political Parties
Political party
Party competition
Linkage institution
Rational choice theory
A team of people seeking to control the governing apparatus b…
The battle of the parties for the control of public offices.…
Channels through which people's concerns become political iss…
Popular theory to explain the actions of voters as well as po…
Political party
A team of people seeking to control the governing apparatus b…
Party competition
The battle of the parties for the control of public offices.…
26 terms
Government Final (Political Parties)
Political Party
Plurality
Consensus
Factions
A group of persons who seek to control governmnet through the…
The largest number of votes cast for the office.
A general agreement among various group on matters of fundame…
A group of individuals with a common political purpose.
Political Party
A group of persons who seek to control governmnet through the…
Plurality
The largest number of votes cast for the office.
10 terms
Government--Political Parties
Communist party stance (3)
Prohibition Party (3)
what are the four functions of the pol…
Why are there 2 main parties? (4 reaso…
1. pro-immigration (equality of workers)... 2. pro-environment... 3…
1. No drugs, alcohol, porn (image of God), tobacco (1869)... a.…
1. nominating... 2. informer-simulator (where they stand and vot…
1. history (Feds V. Antifeds)... 2. tradition (Brit.)... 3. winner-…
Communist party stance (3)
1. pro-immigration (equality of workers)... 2. pro-environment... 3…
Prohibition Party (3)
1. No drugs, alcohol, porn (image of God), tobacco (1869)... a.…
Government- Political Parties
Political Party
Ticket Splitting
Party Machines
Open Primary
An organization that seeks to achieve power by electing its m…
A vote for candidates of different political parties on the s…
Patronage; material gifts
Any registered voter can vote for any party
Political Party
An organization that seeks to achieve power by electing its m…
Ticket Splitting
A vote for candidates of different political parties on the s…
Government- political parties and voting
democratic party
republican party
republican mascot
democratic mascot
the more liberal party
believes in lower taxes for economic growth
symbol is the elephant
symbol is the donkey
democratic party
the more liberal party
republican party
believes in lower taxes for economic growth
AP Government Political Parties
Political Party
Political (Party) Machine
Divided Government
Patronage
A group seeking to control the governing apparatus by gaining…
A political organization that gains power through patronage (…
When one party controls the White House and the other party c…
One of the key inducements used by party machines. A patronag…
Political Party
A group seeking to control the governing apparatus by gaining…
Political (Party) Machine
A political organization that gains power through patronage (…
Government Vocabulary: Political Parties
political party
functions of parties
one-party system
multiparty system
group of citizens who organize to win elections, hold public…
1. recruiting/nominating candidates for public office... 2. runn…
one party exercises total control over the government ... Ex: di…
number of political parties compete for offices; often repres…
political party
group of citizens who organize to win elections, hold public…
functions of parties
1. recruiting/nominating candidates for public office... 2. runn…
AP Government Political Parties
Saliency
Public opinion
Political socialization
News media
State or quality by which something stands out relative to it…
Views prevalent among the general public
How each person develops political attitude and thoughts
The umbrella term for all sources of media that presents info
Saliency
State or quality by which something stands out relative to it…
Public opinion
Views prevalent among the general public
11 terms
Government: Political Parties.
Political parties 3 components:
Political party:
Candidate:
The people who run the party on the na…
Organization party,electorate party, party in government.
A group of people who have the same ideas government wise and…
A person who is elected to run for a certain position in office
Party in government
Political parties 3 components:
Organization party,electorate party, party in government.
Political party:
A group of people who have the same ideas government wise and…
24 terms
Political Parties-AP Government
Anti-Federalists
Dealignment
Democratic-Republican Party
Divided Government
opponents of a strong central government who campaigned again…
a process whereby voters are moved toward nonpartisanship thu…
political party led by Thomas Jefferson; it feared centralize…
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Anti-Federalists
opponents of a strong central government who campaigned again…
Dealignment
a process whereby voters are moved toward nonpartisanship thu…
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