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Vocabulary from SSCG8
bias A favoring of one point of view
caucus A meeting of party leaders to discuss issues or to choose candidates.
nominate Name candidates to run for public office
registration Process of signing up to be a voter
media Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and the internet.
Independent voters People who do not support a particular political party.
Political party An organization of citizens who wish to influence and control government by getting their members elected to office.
platform Statement of political party’s official stand on major public issues.
canvass Go door to door handing out information and asking people which candidate they support
Direct primary An election in which members of a political party choose candidates to run for office in the name of the party.
Split ticket Practice of voting for candidates of more than one party on the same ballot.
incumbent Someone who already holds the office for which he or she is running.
campaign A collection of all the efforts a candidate makes to win an election.
precincts Voting Districts
propaganda A message that is meant to influence people’s ideas, opinions, or actions in a certain way.
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