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$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Court Cases ConstitutionalUnderpinningsInterestGroups/ Political Parties/ Political Parties/MediaPolitical Behaviors & Political Parties Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Key Terms Key Terms
C1-$100 Key Terms- $100 Key Terms- $100 What is Party Identification? A sense of affiliation that a person has with a particular political party.
C1-$200 Key Terms- $200 What are lobbyists? People who influence congressman to support their issue
C1-$300 Key Terms- $300 A coalition is what? The people who make up and support a certain political party.
C1-$400 Key Terms- $400 What are block grants? Money granted by the federal government to the states for a broad purpose rather than for a narrow purpose.
C1-$500 Key Terms- $500 What are Mandates? Requirements imposed by the national governments upon the states.
C2-$100 Court Cases- $100 This court case ordered state legislative districts to be as near equal as possible in population Baker v. Carr (1962)
C2-$200 Court Cases- $200 This court case in the 1 st amendment which protects campaign spending Buckley v. Valeo
C2-$300 Court Cases- $300 Use of 14 th Amendment’s equal protection clause to stop the Florida recount in the election of 2000. Bush v. Gore (2000)
C2-$400 Court Cases- $400 This court case had no racial gerrymandering; race can’t be the sole or predominant factor in redrawing legislative boundaries. Shaw v. Reno (1993)
C2-$500 Court Cases- $500 This court case ordered house districts to be as near equal in population as possible. Wesberry v. Sanders (1963)
C3-$100 Constitutional Underpinnings- $100 Congress has exercised implied powers through the use of the? Elastic clause
C3-$200 Constitutional Underpinnings- $200 A consequence of separation of powers and checks and balances has been: Fragmented policymaking processes
C3-$300 Constitutional Underpinnings - $300 How is the membership of the House of Representatives determined? Determined by the apportioned population of the states.
C3-$400 Constitutional Underpinnings- $400 The term “winner take all” refers to? A candidate winning all of a state’s electoral votes.
C3-$500 Constitutional Underpinnings- $500 Under the Articles of Confederation where did most governmental power rest in? The state’s governments
C4-$100 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $100 What are some reasons political parties work and make sense? They create competition, choice and democracy
C3-200 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $200 What is a media event? An event purposely staged for the media and made to look spontaneous.
C3-$300 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $300 What do PAC’S do? They financially support candidates for office.
C3-$400 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $400 What two key events brought about the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002? 1996 financial scandal involving Clinton and the 200 Enron Scandal
C3-$500 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $500 What creates PAC’S? The Federal Election Campaign Act
C4-$100 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $100 What is one effect of growing older? Political participation increases with age
C4-$200 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $200 What is the most common form of voting in the United States? Voting in presidential elections
C4-$300 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $300 What is the best predictor for how a citizen votes? Party Identification
C4-$400 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $400 What determines the party platform? national convention
C4-$500 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $500 What has happened in American elections over the past 50 years? Suffrage has broadened, and the turnout has decreased
C4-$100 Miscellaneous- $100 What drives media coverage? Technology and scandal
C4-$200 Miscellaneous- $200 Unlike interest groups, political parties Are policy generalists
C4-$300 Miscellaneous- $300 What translates inputs from the public into outputs from the policymakers? Linkage institutions
C4-$400 Miscellaneous- $400 What molds the values a person develops Political socialization
C4-$500 Miscellaneous- $500 How is the membership of the House of Representatives determined? by the apportioned population of the state’s
Congress Princeton Review. Congress Bicameral (two-house) legislature responsible for writing the laws of the nation. Congress also serves other functions,
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Basis of Constitutional Authority in Article I House member must be 25 years old American citizen for 7 years Inhabitant of state the representative.
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POLITICAL BEHAVIOR NEED TO KNOW: Unit 2. US POLITICAL CULTURE Chapter 4.
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The American Electoral College: The Voting Process in the United States Ms. Amundsen United States Government and Politics 12 th Grade
Redistricting II: Law & precedents. Background One man one vote –Baker v. Carr (1963)
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Begin Court Cases Voting 3 BranchesElections Amendments Key Terms.
Campaigns and Elections Chapter 9. Elections Do Matter 2000 election: Al Gore won national popular vote by 539,947 votes but Bush carried 537 more votes.
Begin Jeopardy Government and Politics Nicksey Cruz P. 2.
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CHAPTER 14 The Campaign Process. Nomination Process Once a candidate declares his/her intention to run their focus is on winning the nomination of their.
Elections and Campaigns Chapter | 2 Presidential v. Congressional Campaigns There is more voter participation in presidential campaigns Presidential.
VOTING AND ELECTIONS Chapter 13 O’Connor and Sabato American Government: Continuity and Change.
Elections and Financing. Types of Elections 1.General Elections Held after primary elections Always 1 st Tues after 1 st Mon in Nov. Every even year:
UNIT III – MASS MEDIA, POLITICAL PARTIES AND INTEREST GROUPS Chapter 8 – Political Parties pp
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Unit 1: Political Power Section 3: Voting/ Voting Behavior Essential Question: How do individuals, interest groups, and the media influence public policy?
Campaigns, Voting and Elections Chapter 14. The Campaign Process At the Starting Block u Personal Ambition leads Candidates to Run for Office u Campaign.
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CHAPTER 8 Elections & Campaigns. Running for Federal Office Over 90% re-election rate in the House and Senate. Over 90% re-election rate in the House.
8 Campaigns and Elections Democracy in Action. Elections: The Rules of the Game Regularly Scheduled Elections Fixed, Staggered, and Sometimes Limited.
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.10 | 1 Presidential v. Congressional Campaigns There is more voter participation in presidential.
The National Voter Registration Act encouraged voting by A. Requiring states to allow election day registration B. Declaring election day a federal holiday.
Systems of Elections Linkage Institutions #3. Purpose of Elections 1)Select a Set of Leaders/Policy Agenda 2)Confer Legitimacy 3)Organize Government.
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Primary v. General Elections Primary Elections – an election in which party members or voters select from candidates within a party to determine who will.
Jeopardy Interest Groups Ideology Voting & Elections Constitution Misc Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
1.Identify and analyze issues related to the election process in the United States 2.Trace key Supreme Court decisions related to a provision of the Constitution.
Terri Susan Fine, Ph.D. Content Specialist Florida Joint Center for Citizenship.
Census and Reapportionment The Constitution directs Congress to reapportion House seats and districts in year after census. The Reapportionment Act of.
Electoral College Compromise solution at Constitutional Convention Founders didn’t trust Congress (Parliamentary) Founders didn’t trust the people (demos.
Chapter Ten Elections and Campaigns. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.10 | 2 Presidential v. Congressional Campaigns There is.
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Campaign Finance Sources of Campaign Money Presidential Candidates –Private Donors –Federal Government Congressional Candidates (& all other) –Private.
The U.S. Constitutional Framework 8 October, 2007.
Campaign Finance & Reform AP GoPo. Court Cases Research the following court cases and record the 5 W’s (who, what, where, etc.) and the outcome – Buckley.
UNIT II NEED TO KNOW November 18, 2015 Objective: To clarify any questions regarding Unit II (AND Unit I) so students can be better prepared for the Unit.
Presidential Primaries Part private, part public money Federal matching funds for all individuals’ donations of $250 or less (incentive to raise money.
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