200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 The Media Political P...
What is any way of spreading ideas to the public?
Media
What is a message delivered from a particular point of view?
Bias
What strategies are used for evaluating campaigns? (S.I.D.E.)
S eparating Fact or Opinion I dentifying Propaganda D etecting Bias E valuating Sources
Name any three out of the five persuasive techniques and describe what each means.
1. Name calling or innuendo (mud-slinging) – Someone who is negative or says bad things about another candidate 2. Gli...
What are the four ways media play an important role in politics?
1. Identifying candidates 2. Emphasizing selected issues 3. Writing editorials, cartoons, and publishing “op-ed” pieces 4....
What is a group of voters with similar ideas for government who support candidates?
Political Parties
The American system where two major parties usually control the government. Double Jeopardy….
Two-Party System Double Jeopardy: Democrats and Republicans
Third parties rarely win any major elections but they may ______ an election for Democrats or Republicans by stealing some...
spoil
Label the political spectrum to reflect where each position would be and the political party it is known by. Political Lef...
Liberal Moderate Conservative Democrat Republican
What are the five functions of political parties (R.E.N.E.W.)?
RECRUIT MEMBERS EDUCATE ELECTORATE NOMINATE CANDIDATES WIN ELECTIONS WATCH OFFICEHOLDERS R E N E W
This is where any registered voter may vote.
Open Primary
This is where only party members may vote.
Closed Primary
What are the two reasons people don’t vote?
 1. Lack of interest 2. Failure to register
When does a person have to register by in order to vote in an election?
29 days before the election
What are the four qualifications that must be met in order to vote in Virginia?
1. US Citizen 2. Resident of Virginia and Precinct 3. 18 yrs old by date of election 4. Must REGISTER!
What is the special method used to elect the President of the U.S.?
The Electoral College
Voters actually choose ________ in each state which then vote for the president.
electors
Each state gets the same number of electoral votes as total representatives in ___________.
Congress
What is it called when the winner within each state gets ALL that states’ electoral votes?
Winner-take-all
When no candidate wins the 270 electoral votes needed to become president, how is the winner decided?
By a vote in the House of Representatives
What is the process of trying to get elected to public office called?
A campaign
What does P.A.C. stand for?
Political Action Committee
What are five examples of things candidates do to try and win a campaign for public office?
*Speeches *Commercials *Posters *Visits *Billboards
What two groups can NOT donate money directly to a candidate?
Corporations and Labor Unions
What is the difference between hard and soft money?
Hard money is traceable and an individual can give only up to $1000 to a candidate. There are few limits on soft money whe...
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Political Parties Review Jeopardy

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  • 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 The Media Political Parties Voting The Electoral College Campaign Cost
  • 2. What is any way of spreading ideas to the public?
  • 3. Media
  • 4. What is a message delivered from a particular point of view?
  • 5. Bias
  • 6. What strategies are used for evaluating campaigns? (S.I.D.E.)
  • 7. S eparating Fact or Opinion I dentifying Propaganda D etecting Bias E valuating Sources
  • 8. Name any three out of the five persuasive techniques and describe what each means.
  • 9. 1. Name calling or innuendo (mud-slinging) – Someone who is negative or says bad things about another candidate 2. Glittering generalities or card stacking – Makes general statements that don’t specifically answer and questions or solve any problems. 3. Bandwagon – Support for a candidate because of another person or a group of people support them. 4. Endorsement / Testimonial – A well known person supporting a candidate / someone who gives examples of good things a candidate has done. 5. Plain Folk – Candidate acts like a normal, everyday citizen who is just like everyone else.
  • 10. What are the four ways media play an important role in politics?
  • 11. 1. Identifying candidates 2. Emphasizing selected issues 3. Writing editorials, cartoons, and publishing “op-ed” pieces 4. Broadcasting different points of view
  • 12. What is a group of voters with similar ideas for government who support candidates?
  • 13. Political Parties
  • 14. The American system where two major parties usually control the government. Double Jeopardy….
  • 15. Two-Party System Double Jeopardy: Democrats and Republicans
  • 16. Third parties rarely win any major elections but they may ______ an election for Democrats or Republicans by stealing some voters.
  • 17. spoil
  • 18. Label the political spectrum to reflect where each position would be and the political party it is known by. Political Left Political Right
  • 19. Liberal Moderate Conservative Democrat Republican
  • 20. What are the five functions of political parties (R.E.N.E.W.)?
  • 21. RECRUIT MEMBERS EDUCATE ELECTORATE NOMINATE CANDIDATES WIN ELECTIONS WATCH OFFICEHOLDERS R E N E W
  • 22. This is where any registered voter may vote.
  • 23. Open Primary
  • 24. This is where only party members may vote.
  • 25. Closed Primary
  • 26. What are the two reasons people don’t vote?
  • 27. 1. Lack of interest 2. Failure to register
  • 28. When does a person have to register by in order to vote in an election?
  • 29. 29 days before the election
  • 30. What are the four qualifications that must be met in order to vote in Virginia?
  • 31. 1. US Citizen 2. Resident of Virginia and Precinct 3. 18 yrs old by date of election 4. Must REGISTER!
  • 32. What is the special method used to elect the President of the U.S.?
  • 33. The Electoral College
  • 34. Voters actually choose ________ in each state which then vote for the president.
  • 35. electors
  • 36. Each state gets the same number of electoral votes as total representatives in ___________.
  • 37. Congress
  • 38. What is it called when the winner within each state gets ALL that states’ electoral votes?
  • 39. Winner-take-all
  • 40. When no candidate wins the 270 electoral votes needed to become president, how is the winner decided?
  • 41. By a vote in the House of Representatives
  • 42. What is the process of trying to get elected to public office called?
  • 43. A campaign
  • 44. What does P.A.C. stand for?
  • 45. Political Action Committee
  • 46. What are five examples of things candidates do to try and win a campaign for public office?
  • 47. *Speeches *Commercials *Posters *Visits *Billboards
  • 48. What two groups can NOT donate money directly to a candidate?
  • 49. Corporations and Labor Unions
  • 50. What is the difference between hard and soft money?
  • 51. Hard money is traceable and an individual can give only up to $1000 to a candidate. There are few limits on soft money where an individual can give an unlimited amount to a Political Action Committee.

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