S.S Crossword Puzzle: Elections, Voting, and Parties
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Description

A series of statements expressing the party's principles, beliefs, and positions on election issues
A geographic area that contains a specific number of voters
A meeting of political party members to conduct party business
The most votes among all those running for political office
A number that is more than 50% of the total
Basic belief
the right to vote
To record or enroll
The list of candidates for which you cast your vote for
A lack if interest
A matter of debate or dispute
A process that allow voters to propose new laws or amendments to the state constitution
A way for citizens to vote on state or local laws
A special election, in which citizens can vote to remove a public official from office
A group of people with broad ideas, who share the same interest
Representatives from the 50 state party organizations who run a political party
A strong party organization that can control political appointments and deliver votes
The location where voting is carried out
The percentage of eligible voters who actually vote
A group of people named by each state legislature to elect the president or vice president

Chapter 10 Vocabulary Crossword

Chapter 10 Vocabulary Crossword
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Description

A group of citizens with similar views on public issues
To select candidates to run for political office
The range of differences in such political views between parties
Where voting takes place
A statement of the party's views and policies on important issues
A paper ballot that lists the names of the candidates
Another word for voting district
The vote of the citizens of a country
One of the people chosen from each state and selects the president and vice president
Agreement between 2 or more parites to work together
when a single political party controls the government
Where voting takes place
When a country has 2 main political parties
When there are more than 2 stong political parties
Each part of a platform
Votes cast by electors for president and vice president
The group of electors
Voters may vote for the candidates of either major party
Only those voters who are registered in a particular party can vote
The election that takes place first
Where voters choose their leaders from the candidates
When a citizen is not a member of a political party

The Electoral Process Crossword

The Electoral Process Crossword
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Description

The process of candidate selection in an electoral system
The regularly scheduled election at which voters make a final selection of officeholders
As a nominating device, a group of like-minded people who meet to select the candidates they will support in an upcoming election
An election held within a party to pick that party's candidates for the general election
A party nominating election in which only declared party members can vote
A party nominating election in which any qualified voters can take part
A voting process in which voters recieve a long ballot containing the names of all contenders, ragardless of party, and can vote however the choose
Provisions made to those unable to get to their regular polling places on election day
The effect of a strong candidate running for an office at the top of the ballot helping to attract voters
The smallest unit of election administation: a voting district
A place where the voters who live in certain place get to vote
Device voters use to register a choice in election
Grant of money, usually from the government
Campain money that is subject to regulations by the FEC
Money given to a state and local party organization for voting related activities
Political extension of speacial interest groups which have a major state in public policy

Ap Gov Chapter 1 Part 1 Crossword

Ap Gov Chapter 1 Part 1 Crossword
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A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them
A theory of government and politics contending that societies are divided along class lines and that an upper-class elite will rule, regardless of the formal niceties of governmental organization.
(government) the system or form by which a community or another political unit is governed
The sum total of the value of all the goods and services produced in a nation
A theory of American democracy contending that groups are so strong that government, which gives in to the many different groups, is thereby weakened.
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass media, interest groups, and political parties are the three main linkage institutions.
A fundamental principle of traditional democratic theory. In a democracy, choosing among alternatives requires that the majority's desire be respected.
A principle of traditional democratic theory that guarantees rights to those who do not belong to majorities and allows that they might join majorities through persuasion and reasoned argument.
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that politics is mainly a competition among groups, each one pressing for its own preferred policies.
the issues that attract the serious attention of public officials and other people actually involved in politics at any given point in time
A condition that occurs when no coalition is strong enough to form a majority and establish policy. The result is that nothing may get done.
The effects a policy has on people and problems. Impacts are analyzed to see how well a policy has met its goal and at what cost.
The branches of government charged with taking action on political issues. The U.S. Constitution established three policymaking institutions-the congress, the presidency, and the courts. Today, the power of the bureaucracy is so great that most political scientist consider it a fourth policy making institution
The process by which policy comes into being and evolves over time. People's interests, problems, and concerns create political issues for government policymakers. These issues shape policy, which in turn impacts people, generating more interests, problems, and concerns.
A set of basic values and beliefs about one's country or government that is shared by most citizens and that influences political opinions and behaviors
an issue that arises when people disagree about a problem and how to fix it
Main form = voting. Also joining political party, volunteering on political campaign, campaign contributions, running for office

Political Policies Crossword Puzzle

Political Policies Crossword Puzzle
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Description

supported by two parties
a temporary alliance of several groups who come together to form a working majority and so to control a government
general agreement among various groups on fundamental matters; broad agreement on public questions
parties rooted in poor economic times, lacking a clear ideological base, dissatisfied with current conditions and demanding better times
all of the people entitled to vote in a given election
parties based on a particular set of beliefs, a comprehensive view of social, economic, and political matters
the current officeholder
in American politics, the Republican and the Democratic parties
one of the political parties not widely supported
a system in which several major and many lesser parties exist, seriously compete for, and actually win, public offices
a political system in which only one party exists
government action based on firm allegiance to a political party
in American politics, the party that controls the executive branch of government—i.e., the presidency at the national level, or the governorship at the State level
a society which consists of several distinct cultures and groups
in an election, the number of votes that the leading candidate obtains over the next highest candidate
a group of persons who seek to control government through the winning of elections and the holding of public office
parties that concentrate on only one public policy matter
electoral district from which one person is chosen by the voters for each elected office
parties that have split away from one of the major parties
a political system dominated by two major parties

Social Studies Crossword Puzzle

Social Studies Crossword Puzzle
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Crossword
Description

The right to vote
More than 50%
A legislature who elects a president and vice president
Basic Belief
Meeting of party members to conduct party business
To record or enroll formally
Process of voting in election
A geographic area that contains a certain amount of voters
The most votes among all those running for a political office
To choose a candidate from each party to run in the general election
The list of candidates for which you cast your vote
Percentage of eligible voters who actually vote
A special election in which citizens can vote to remove a public official from office.
A strong party organization that can control political appointments and deliver votes
A way for citizens to vote on state or local laws
A way for citizens to propose laws
Held when no candidate wins a majority of votes in the primary
Topics of public interest
Organization of individuals with broad common interests
A Person who is elected by the electoral college
representatives from the 50 state party organizations who run a political party
The elected executive head of a state of the US.

Government and Elections Crossword

Government and Elections Crossword
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Crossword
Description

a meeting of political party members to conduct party business
a geographic area that consists of a certain number of voters
the right to vote
a way for citizens to vote on a state or local law
a political party that challenges the two major parties
a series of statements expressing the party's principles, beliefs and positions on election issues
the votes cast by individual voters in a presidential election, as opposed to electoral votes
representatives from the 50 state party organizations who run a political party.
political organization established by a corporation, labor union, or other special-interest groups designed to support candidates by contributing money
a strong party organization that can control political appointments and deliver votes.
a number that is more than 50% of the total
the most votes among all those running for political office
a group of people named by each state legislature to select the President and Vice President.
A system of government in which two parties compete for power
a special election in which citizens can vote to remove a public official from office
the list of candidates from which you cast your vote
the recorded version of a vote
the first election that takes place to find out who will be the candidate for that party
a country or state ruled by one major political party
to formally enroll in something (three steps when it comes to voting)
percentage of eligible voters who actually vote

Elections and Voting Crossword

Elections and Voting Crossword
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Crossword
Description

A way for citizens to vote on state or local laws
A series of statements expressing the party's principles, beliefs, and positions on election issues.
A political party that challenges the two major parties
The right to vote
A meeting of political party members to conduct party business
A geographical are that contains a specific number of voters
The votes cast by individual voters in a presidential election, as opposed to electoral votes
Representatives from the 50 states party organizations who run a political party
Political organization established by a corporation, labor union, or other special-interest group designed to support candidates by contributing money
A strong party organization that can control political appointments and deliver votes
A number that is more than 50 percent of the total
The most votes among all those running for a political office
A group of people named by each state legislature to select the President and Vice President
A special election in which citizens can vote to remove a public official from office
The list of candidates for which you cast your vote
A system of government in which two parties compete for power
The first election that takes place to find out who will be the candidate for that party
The recorded version of a vote
Held when no candidate wins a majority
Method of voting for people who cannot go to the polls on election day
Topics do public interest
A way for citizens to propose laws

Citizenship, Voting, and Elections Crossword

Citizenship, Voting, and Elections  Crossword
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Crossword
Description

organization of individuals with broad common interests
special election to remove an official from office
selecting candidates for public office
types of government that has two major political parties
a way for citizens to propose laws
the right to vote
the right to vote
meeting of local party organizers
held when no candidate wins a majority of votes in the primary
Tuesday after the first Monday in November
topics of public interest
someone running for political office
the most votes among all those running for a political office
a number that is more than 50 percent of the total
a way for citizens to vote on state or local laws
a political party that challenges the two major parties
a series of statements expressing the party’s principles, beliefs, and positions on election issues
a type of state in which one political party has the right to form the government, usually based on the existing constitution.
legislature to select the president and vice president
A political party is defined as an organised group of people with at least roughly similar political aims and opinions

Election Vocabulary Crossword

Election Vocabulary Crossword
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Description

A preliminary election where delegates or nominees are chosen.
The involvement of common citizens in an issue or campaign.
The actual vote count.
A voter or candidate who does not belong to a political party.
Another name for the republican party, formally known as the Grand Old Party.
Democrat state.
A supporter for a specific candidate.
A political campaign speech, especially one made on a campaign tour.
A person running for office.
Republican State.
A person who currently holds the office that people are running for.
Where people go to vote.
A document listing the different people running for office that is used in voting.

Political Parties Crossword

Political Parties  Crossword
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Crossword
Description

Of or involving the agreement or cooperation of two political parties that usually oppose each other's polices.
An alliance for combined action, especially a temporary alliance of political parties forming a government or of state.
General Agreement
Parties rooted in poor economic times, lacking a clear ideological base, dissatisfied with current conditions and demanding better times.
All of the people entitled to vote in a given election.
Parties based on a particular set of beliefs, a comprehensive view of social, economic, and political matters.
The current officeholder.
In America politics, the Republican and the Democratic Parties
One of the political parties not widely supported.
A system in which several major and many lesser parties exist, seriously compete for, and actually win, public offices.
A political system in which only one party exists.
Government action based on firm allegiance to a political party.
In America politics the party in power is the party that controls the executive branch of government- i.e., the presidency at the national level, or the governorship at the State Level
A society which consists of several distinct cultures and groups.
In an election, the number of votes that the leading candidate obtains over the next highest candidate.
A group of persons who seek to control government through the winning of elections and the holding public office.
Party that concentrate on only on public policy matter.
Electoral district from which one person is chosen by the voters for each elected office.
Parties that have split away from one of the major parties.
Prejudice in favor of a particualr cause.