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Study Guide Unit 3

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									                                    Study Guide Unit 3


1) Who can vote in a closed primary?
2) The election process is governed by whom?
3) When do voter select officeholder?
4) Define run off.
5) Most nominations today are made by ___________.
6) What are some drawbacks of the primary system.
7) Federal law neither limits nor requires the reporting of _____________.
8) Define hard money.
9) Federal campaign laws apply to?
10) Most of the money used in political campaigns comes from?
11) An organization of citizens who have similar views on issues and work to put
    ideas into effect through government action is known as?
12) The United States has a ___________ party system.
13) What political party committee selects the city and date for the nominating
    convention, publishes and distributes party literature, and arranges speakers for
    the convention?
14) A written statement that outlines the party’s views on important issues and sets a
    proposed program for the nation.
15) Why do people belong a particular political party?
16) Name the functions of political parties.
17) About how much money was spent overall in the 2000 presidential campaign?
18) Define political action committees
19) The Federal Election Commission was established as?
20) What level is public subsidies most important in an election campaigns?
21) Whom do candidates depend on far less since media has been use in campaigns?
22) Define lobbyist.(lobbying)
23) Interest groups are MOST interested in?
24) The presidential election campaign official begins?
25) Who loses they right to vote?
26) Name the four major mass media outlets?
27) Define propaganda.
28) The most important opportunity for Americans to participate in government is to _______.
29) Blacks are more likely to vote for the _________Party while white southern men
    are more likely to vote for the ________ Party.
30) _______ try to influence government policies while ______ try to hold political
   positions.
31) Why must polls use representative samples?
32)

								
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