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Chapter 10: Voting and Political participation
|refers to common actions, considered culturally acceptable at a given time in history, that communicate preferences through established institutions.
|refers to actions that are less common, take place outside of established institutions, and/or challenge cultural norms.
|basing voting decisions on forecast of future political behavior
|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.
|the right to vote. 26th amendment