Presentation on theme: "ATB # Voter registration was first introduced to stop _______ _______."— Presentation transcript:
1ATB #Voter registration was first introduced to stop _______ _______.Voters make their final decisions on candidates and issues in the _____ _____.Where are voter requirements listed?List four requirements a person must meet to be allowed to vote.
3ATB #When do the presidential and congressional elections take place?You can cast an _____ ____ if you want to vote but are out of town when it is election time.List three things a voter needs to do to be an informed voter.
5ATB #It is the job of the ___ ___ ___ to carry out election activities for large interest groups.List four ways the media keeps the public informed on an election.________ _________ is a propaganda technique that uses phrases that appeal to everyone.The propaganda technique that candidates use to makes themselves seem like everyone else is called _____ _______.
7ATB # /23.3When a candidate only uses facts that support the argument they are using ______ ________.A ________ is a relatively unknown candidate that is not expected to win an election. (pg vocab sheet)The ________ ________ is in charge of a candidate’s campaign.An absolute majority of electoral votes is ______ votes or more.
11ATB #Candidates that are not members of a particular party are called __________.________ are position statements on the specifics of an issue.Political parties play the role of “_____ ____,” keeping an eye on each other, like a system of checks and balances.What was the first political party in the U.S.?
13ATB #The ________ party replaced the Whigs and focused on the issue of slavery.Who was the first Republican president?List 2 affects third parties have on the two major political parties in an election.Because both political parties have the same basic _______ they are more alike than different from each other.
15ATB # /22.3Voting for candidates of only one party is voting on a ______ _____.Voters must be registered as party members in order to vote in a _________ primary.A meeting of party leaders where they discuss candidates and issues is called a ________.