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Wisconsin Ch 10 Vo

Wisconsin Chapter 10 Vocabulary

A person elected to make laws in government. Legislator
A change or addition to the Constitution. Amendment
A group of people who listen to a case and decide if a person is innocent or guilty of breaking a law. Jury
To name or choose as a candidate. Nominate
A judge's ruling that says how a person will be punished. Sentence
To reject a government bill. Veto
Close to home. Local
A person who runs for a political office. Candidate
Government shared by both the national and state governments. Federal
A group of people who have a lot of the same ideas about government. Political Party
A city law or rule. Ordinance
A written idea for a new law. Bill
A government in which the people have the power to vote where there is usually a president. Republic
A person who does not belong to a political party. Independent
A part of a state. District
Someone who represents a group. Representative
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