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Studying for the finals

TermDefinition
Third Party A party that challenges the two major political parties
Platform A series of statements that state a party's platform
Plank A certain part of a political party's platform
Candidates The people running for office
Nominate To select a candidates to run for office.
Campaign Used by candidates to convince the public to vote for a particular candidate
Electorate The people who are eligible to vote
Propaganda An attempt to promote a particular person or idea
Two Party System The party system of the United States
Political Action Committees(PAC) Political organization organized by a group of people(interest group)who support candidates by giving money.
Campaign Finance Reform This limits the amount of money a person may contribute to a political or campaign
Public Opinion The idea and attitudes that most people hold out elected officials, candidates, government, and issues
Public Party What the government does in response to an issue
Electoral Collage Group of people named by each state to select the President and Vice President
Apathy Lack of interest
Political Party A group of voters with common interests who want to influence or control decision making in the government by electing the party's candidate to office
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