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Electoral process


conventions party meetings, at the local state and national levels
declare public step a candidate makes to the nation that they want to be president
delegates the candidates who attend the national convention, they will vote for the candidate the state political party supports
nominee delegates choice for their party and who will run in the national election.
campaign processes of gathering public support for a candidate
popular vote a tally of all the votes cast
electoral college each state has a group of people called electors who cast the actual votes for president
absolute majority more than half the votes
political party an organized group of people who share similar political views and work influence goverment
write-in-canadites a candidate whose name a voter must hand-write on the ballot
public policy the stand the government takes about how issues should be handled
minority party political party that does not have a majority of the elected members
third party a political party other than Rebublican or Democrat
platform set of statements describing a party's view on major issues
political veiws a person's idea about how government should run and how issues should be resolved.
Majority party
Created by: ClaytonBr