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Mr. C-Chapter 7-Holt

Carroll County-Mr. C-Chapter 7

body of specially chosen people that votes for the President and vice president electoral college
party gathering held to decide rules, determine issues, and choose candidates convention
Presidential acknowledgment that another country's government is the appropriate representative of its people diplomatic recognition
meetings, usually local, that elect delegates to state conventions caucuses
President's role as head of the U.S. armed forces commander-in-chief
proposing people to run for elective office nominating
informal understanding with a foreign government executive agreement
a party's positions on current issues party platform
cast by the general public popular votes
President's plan for dealing with other countries foreign policy
President's right not to hand over documents or testify on confidential business executive privelege
describes policies, programs, and legislation that the chief legislator wants Congress to enact state of the Union Address
plan for who should fill the presidency and in what order should the office become vacant presidential succession
detailed rules, instructions, and regulations regarding how to carry out and enforce legislation executive orders
art of negotiating with foreign countries diplomacy
Created by: rdchiar