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Political party #1

TermDefinition
Political Party A group of individuals with broad common interests who organize to nominate candidates for office,win elections,conduct government, and determine public policy.
Third Party Any political party other than one of the two major parties.
Single Issue Party A political party that focuses on one major social, economic, or moral issue.
Ideological Party A political party that focuses on overall change in society rather than on an issue.
Splinter Party A political party that splits away from major party because of some disagreement.
Independent A voter who does not support any particular party.
National Convention A gathering of local and state party members chosen to nominate presidential and vice presidential candidates.
Caucus A private meeting of party leaders to choose candidates for office
Created by: maria13