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GOAL 4 TEST REVIEW
Name _________________________________
15th
Gerrymandering
Primary Election
15
Glittering generalities
Propaganda
th
19
Grassroots
Radical
23rd
House of Representatives
Reactionary
24th
Ideological parties
Recall Election
th
26
Incumbent
Referendum
270
Initiative
Republican Party *
538
Interest groups
Responsibility
Anti-Federalists *
Just plain folks
Senate
AARP
Libel
Senators + Representatives
Bandwagon
Lobbyists
Slander
Ballot fatigue
Majority
Soft money
California
NAACP
Splinter parties
Card stacking
Name calling
Straight Ticket
Celebrity testimonials
Non-Partisan Election
Split Ticket
Closed primary
One Party System
Suffrage
Coalitions
Open primary
Symbols
Democratic Party *
PAC
Two Party system
Disenfranchise
Plank
Universal Requirements to vote
Electoral College
Platform
Voter apathy
Electorate
Plurality
Watchdog
Exit Poll
Political Machine
Federalists *
Precinct
1. ______________________________ This group officially elects the president of the United States
2. ______________________________ The US has this type of party system.
3. ______________________________ Political parties within multi party systems must form these to win
Elections – this create strength among the parties
4. ______________________________ A single political party dominates a government.
5. ______________________________ The party out of office acts as one of these. They ensure that the
party in office is doing its job.
6. ______________________________ Parties that break off from a major party
7. ______________________________ Parties that exist and focus around a certain set of beliefs
8. ______________________________ First political party that favored the ratification of the US Const.
9. ______________________________ First political party that was against ratification of the US Const.
10. ______________________________ Political party that is socially liberal
11. ______________________________ Political party that is socially conservative
12. ______________________________ Those that fall to the extreme left of the political spectrum
13. ______________________________ Those that fall to the extreme right of the political spectrum
14. ______________________________ 18 Years old, Resident and Citizen
15. ______________________________ Smallest political division for the purpose of organizing voters
16. ______________________________ Lack of motivation to vote
17. ______________________________ A survey taken as you leave the polling place
18. ______________________________ Amendment, right to vote for those 18 years old and older
19. ______________________________ Amendment, DC given 3 electoral votes
20. ______________________________ Amendment, eliminated poll tax
21. ______________________________ Amendment, right to vote cannot be denied because of race
22. ______________________________ Amendment, give women the right to vote.
23. ______________________________ This term means right to vote
24. ______________________________ This type of election is held in most states to determine each
party’s candidates for presidency.
25. ______________________________ A primary in which only declared party members can vote
26. ______________________________ A primary in which any registered voter can vote
27. ______________________________ Election in which candidates are not affiliated with a political
party.
28. ______________________________ These groups are organized to support particular candidates and
give money to those candidates in hopes that legislation will be
passed in their favor.
29. ______________________________ Political parties begin at this level, from the community level
30. ______________________________ This is written at each party’s National Convention and is a formal
statement of the party’s principles and objectives.
31. ______________________________ Individual components of the platform.
32. ______________________________ Winning by one more than half
33. ______________________________ Winning by the post votes.
34. ______________________________ Drawing district lines to benefit one group or political party
35. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. in which only one side of the issue is presented
36. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. – info sounds good but is meaningless
37. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. – American flag, donkey, elephant
38. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. – appearing to be like the average person
39. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. – urges people to follow the crowd
40. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. – attacks the opponent
41. ______________________________ Prop. Tech. – uses the endorsement of someone well known.
42. ______________________________ A technique of persuasion that is used to influence behavior.
43. ______________________________ Groups that share interests and hope to shape public policy
44. ______________________________ Interest groups send these people to speak to legislators on their
behalf.
45. ______________________________ Total number of electoral votes
46. ______________________________ How do you find the number of electors each state has?
47. ______________________________ Number of electoral votes needed to become president
48. ______________________________ Number of electoral votes NC has
49. ______________________________ What state has the most electoral votes?
50. ______________________________ Who elects the VP if there is no majority in the Electoral College?
51. ______________________________ Who elects the President if there is no majority in the Elec. Col.?
52. ______________________________ This political party favors a strong federal government
53. ______________________________ This political party favors a strong state government.
54. ______________________________ Citizens should vote, therefore voting is a ____________.
55. ______________________________ Protestants, White males and Businessmen tend to favor this
political party.
56. ______________________________ Minorities, poor individuals and young people tend to favor this
political party.
57. ______________________________ Eligible voters
58. ______________________________ Money given to political parties that goes unregulated by the govt.
59. ______________________________ Interest group that focuses on the interests of African Americans
60. ______________________________ Interest group that focuses on the interests of the elderly
61. ______________________________ The legislature sends issues to be voted on by the electorate
62. ______________________________ The people begin a petition to have an issue placed on the ballot
63. ______________________________ The people hold an election to vote the governor out of office
64. ______________________________ The phenomenon in which fewer votes are cast for offices further
down the ballot
65. ______________________________ when one votes for all the candidates in a particular party
66. ______________________________ when one votes for candidates from different political parties
67. ______________________________ a falsely written statement that defames a person
68. ______________________________ a false verbal statement that defames a person
69. ______________________________ one who holds office prior to an election
70. ______________________________ to deny or limit someone’s voting rights