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Elections and Political Parties

Why is it important for candidates to pay attention to small states? In a close race, every vote counts
What has to be done before you can vote? You have to register to vote.
Which type of elections usually have the highest voter turnout? Presidential
How many electoral votes does a candidate need to win the Electoral College? 270.
What is the difference between a fact and an opinion? Facts can be proven opinions cannot be proven.
What is it called when one party is watching the other party to make sure the rules are being followed? Monitoring.
What do you call the system where the presidential candidate who wins the majority of that states popular vote gets all the states electoral votes? Winner-take -all
Do political parties count election ballots? No
What party do liberals typically support? Democratic.
What party do conservatives typically support? Republican party.
Created by: skiddmms