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Chapter 10: Voting and Political participation

Conventional participation refers to common actions, considered culturally acceptable at a given time in history, that communicate preferences through established institutions.
Unconventional participation refers to actions that are less common, take place outside of established institutions, and/or challenge cultural norms.
prospective voting basing voting decisions on forecast of future political behavior
Retrospective voting basing voting decisions on candidates experience or past performance.
Balancing the ticket strategically select running mates that attract voters from different geographical regions, racial groups, religious groups or women, gay etc.
Frachise the right to vote. 26th amendment
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