$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Court Cases PoliticalPartiesElections Forms of GovernmentVoting Key Terms
C1-$100 - $100 A state that does not consistently vote either democratic or republican in presidential elections What is a swing state?
C1-$200 - $200 An alliance between Republican and Conservative Democrats What is a conservative coalition?
C1-$300 - $300 Placing a certain slant on a story to deflect negative public attention against a candidate or office holder What is spin control?
C1-$400 - $400 Casting votes for candidates of ones own party and for candidates of opposing parties What is split ticket voting?
C1-$500 - $500 Political districts in which candidates elected to the House of Representatives win in close elections, typically by less than 55 percent of the vote. What are marginal districts?
C2-$100 - $100 Ordered state legislative districts to be as near as equal as possible in population What is Baker v. Carr?
C2-$200 - $200 Ordered House districts to be as near as equal in population as possible. What is Wesberry V. Sanders?
C2-$300 - $300 Race cannot be the sole or predominant factor in redrawing legislative boundaries. What is Shaw v. Reno?
C2-$400 - $400 Use of the 14 th amendments equal protection clause to stop Florida recount in the election of 2000. What is Bush v. Gore?b
C2-$500 - $500 1 st Amendment protects campaign spending; legislatures can limit contributions, but not how much one spends of his own money on campaigns. What is Buckley v. Valeo?
C3-$100 - $100 The association with liberal political ideology whom favor greater government action to promote the welfare of the people as a whole. What is a democrat?
C3-$200 - $200 Political ideology associated with conservatism, resistant to quick change What is a republican?
C3-$300 - $300 Political ideology associated with those that favor slow or moderate change and limited government power. What is conservative?
C3-$400 - $400 Political ideology associated with those that favor more government involvement and action. What is a liberal?
C3-$500 - $500 A vote in which a majority of Democratic legislators oppose a majority of Republic legislators What is party polarization?
C4-$100 - $100 What is the senate? Two representatives are elected from each state to represent each state
C3-200 - $200 A person who is not registered with a political party and hold no consistent patterns for voting What is an independent voter?
C3-$300 - $300 What is House member requirements? This member must be 25 years of age and a citizen of the U.S for at least 7 years.
C3-$400 - $400 This member must be a U.S citizen for at least 9 years and must be at least 30 years of age and holds 6 year terms. What is a senator?
C3-$500 - $500 Difference in voting patterns for men and women, particularly in the greater tendency of the latter to vote for democratic presidential candidates. What is a gender gap?
C4-$100 - $100 Integrated set of beliefs that shape our point of view What is an ideology?
C4-$200 - $200 A political theory advocating state ownership of industry, connected with communism which counters individualism. What is socialism?
C4-$300 - $300 The way which you quire political beliefs such as family, school education etc. What is political socialization?
C4-$400 - $400 A political ideology which gives preeminence to individual rights, particularly in the economic sphere, and advocates for the strict limits on the state size, powers, and responsibilities What is libertarianism?
C4-$500 - $500 What is Marxism? The political ad economic theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, later by their followers to form the basis for the theory and practices communism.
C4-$100 - $100 The process by which people choose either to reelect candidate who they believe have made efforts to pass policies that benefit them. What is retrospective voting?
C4-$200 - $200 An election in which there is a long term change in party alignment. What is realigning?
C4-$300 - $300 Having more votes than anyone else, but less than half. What is plurality?
C4-$400 - $400 Occurs when a presidential nominee chooses a vice presidential running mate who has different qualities. in order to attract more votes for the ticket What is balancing the ticket?
C4-$500 - $500 Contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who have abandoned the parties in greater numbers to become independents. What is the dealignement argument?