3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue Also known as a “Pick-a-Party” Primary1 point clue
3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue Also known as a “Pick-a-Party” Primary1 point clue Can result in...
Open Primary3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue Also known as a “Pick-a-Party” Primary1 point clue C...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue This is typically established by pri...
3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue This is typically established by pri...
Nomination3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue This is typically establis...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue Was introduce...
3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue Was introduce...
Direct Primary3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue ...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue Prevents the emergence of strong third parti...
3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue Prevents the emergence of strong third parti...
Plurality System3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue Prevents the emergence of st...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue1 poin...
3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue A ...
3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue A ...
Run-off Primary3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 po...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue Can be broken down into individualized "planks".1 point clue
3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue Can be broken down into individualized "planks".1 point clue ...
Platform3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue Can be broken down into individualized "planks".1 poin...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue Required to place vote according to majority o...
3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue Required to place vote according to majority o...
Pledged Delegate3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue Required to place vote accordi...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politi...
3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politi...
3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politi...
Incumbent3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “profession...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue Method states use to try to increase influence on party nominations1 point...
3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue Method states use to try to increase influence on party nominations1 point...
Front-Loading3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue Method states use to try to increase influence on party nomin...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conserva...
3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conserva...
3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conserva...
Caucus3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Co...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue Alaska and Washington State have this kind of primary.1 point clue
3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue Alaska and Washington State have this kind of primary.1 point cl...
Blanket Primary3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue Alaska and Washington State have this kind of pri...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue Election involved ...
3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue Election involved ...
2000 Florida Election Controversy3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect t...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Only Democratic party has this type of National Convention delegate2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Only Democratic party has this type of National Convention delegate2 point clue Most freedom in voting1...
Super Delegate3 point clue Only Democratic party has this type of National Convention delegate2 point clue Most free...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Cart...
3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Cart...
3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Cart...
Linkage Institutions3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a st...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue They are limited by the electoral college and the plurality s...
3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue They are limited by the electoral college and the plurality s...
Third (Minor) Parties3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue They are limited by the electoral colleg...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue2 point clue William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold speech was at the Democratic one of these in 18961 poi...
3 point clue2 point clue William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold speech was at the Democratic one of these in 18961 poi...
3 point clue In the past, dark horse candidates like Polk, arose suddenly at these after party bosses cut back room de...
National Convention3 point clue In the past, dark horse candidates like Polk, arose suddenly at these after party boss...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue Causes gridlock in gover...
3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue Causes gridlock in gover...
Divided Government3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue Causes...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue These are associated with political realignment.1 point clue
3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue These are associated with political realignment.1 point clue When ...
Critical Elections3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue These are associated with political realignment.1 p...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue Voter is not dedicated to single part...
3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue Voter is not dedicated to single part...
Ticket Splitting3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue Voter is not dedicate...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue Decrease in party loyalty1 point clue
3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue Decrease in party loyalty1 point clue Antonym: Realignment
Party Dealignment3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue Decrease in party loyalty1 point clue Ant...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue Ralph Nad...
3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue Ralph Nad...
Kingmaker3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue ...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue There are scales and quizzes to measure it.1 p...
3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue There are scales and quizzes to measure it.1 p...
Party Identification3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue There are scales and quizze...
3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue1 point clue
3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue National Convention1 point clue
3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue National Convention1 point clue Not requ...
Unpledged Delegate3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue National Convention1 poin...
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Political party 3shot

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 2. 3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue1 point clue
  • 3. 3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue Also known as a “Pick-a-Party” Primary1 point clue
  • 4. 3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue Also known as a “Pick-a-Party” Primary1 point clue Can result in Cross-Over Vote
  • 5. Open Primary3 point clue Form of Direct Primary2 point clue Also known as a “Pick-a-Party” Primary1 point clue Can result in Cross-Over Vote
  • 6. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 7. 3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 8. 3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue This is typically established by primaries, caucuses or political conventions.1 point clue
  • 9. 3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue This is typically established by primaries, caucuses or political conventions.1 point clue Sonia Sotomayor had been given this by President Obama in May 2009
  • 10. Nomination3 point clue The House of Representatives does not have this power.2 point clue This is typically established by primaries, caucuses or political conventions.1 point clue Sonia Sotomayor had been given this by President Obama in May 2009
  • 11. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 12. 3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue1 point clue
  • 13. 3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue Was introduced as early as 18421 point clue
  • 14. 3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue Was introduced as early as 18421 point clue A nominating election in which all party member may vote to choose the party’s candidate
  • 15. Direct Primary3 point clue Before this, candidates were nominated at conventions and through caucuses2 point clue Was introduced as early as 18421 point clue A nominating election in which all party member may vote to choose the party’s candidate
  • 16. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 17. 3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 18. 3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue Prevents the emergence of strong third parties.1 point clue
  • 19. 3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue Prevents the emergence of strong third parties.1 point clue Winner-takes-all.
  • 20. Plurality System3 point clue Used in Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.2 point clue Prevents the emergence of strong third parties.1 point clue Winner-takes-all.
  • 21. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 22. 3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 23. 3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue A type of an election when voters in a specific area pick candidates for a later election.1 point clue
  • 24. 3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue A type of an election when voters in a specific area pick candidates for a later election.1 point clue Top two candidates from this primary advance to general election regardless of party alliance.
  • 25. Run-off Primary3 point clue A second round is only needed if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.2 point clue A type of an election when voters in a specific area pick candidates for a later election.1 point clue Top two candidates from this primary advance to general election regardless of party alliance.
  • 26. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 27. 3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue1 point clue
  • 28. 3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue Can be broken down into individualized "planks".1 point clue
  • 29. 3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue Can be broken down into individualized "planks".1 point clue Often is a list of things a party is for or against.
  • 30. Platform3 point clue Also known as a "manifesto".2 point clue Can be broken down into individualized "planks".1 point clue Often is a list of things a party is for or against.
  • 31. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 32. 3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue1 point clue
  • 33. 3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue Required to place vote according to majority of representative state1 point clue
  • 34. 3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue Required to place vote according to majority of representative state1 point clue
  • 35. Pledged Delegate3 point clue Most limited delegate at National Convention2 point clue Required to place vote according to majority of representative state1 point clue
  • 36. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 37. 3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politicians” who were responsible for problems such as chronic budget deficits, the politician’s “exemption” from laws, etc.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 38. 3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politicians” who were responsible for problems such as chronic budget deficits, the politician’s “exemption” from laws, etc.2 point clue ________ get 1/3 of their campaign funds from P.A.C.s.1 point clue
  • 39. 3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politicians” who were responsible for problems such as chronic budget deficits, the politician’s “exemption” from laws, etc.2 point clue ________ get 1/3 of their campaign funds from P.A.C.s.1 point clue The greatest advantage of _________ is name recognition.
  • 40. Incumbent3 point clue In the 1990s, this apparently became a “disadvantage” because voters came to dislike “professional politicians” who were responsible for problems such as chronic budget deficits, the politician’s “exemption” from laws, etc.2 point clue ________ get 1/3 of their campaign funds from P.A.C.s.1 point clue The greatest advantage of _________ is name recognition.
  • 41. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 42. 3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue1 point clue
  • 43. 3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue Method states use to try to increase influence on party nominations1 point clue
  • 44. 3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue Method states use to try to increase influence on party nominations1 point clue Schedule primaries earlier and earlier
  • 45. Front-Loading3 point clue Pre-Super Tuesday2 point clue Method states use to try to increase influence on party nominations1 point clue Schedule primaries earlier and earlier
  • 46. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 47. 3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conservatives of the Republican Party.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 48. 3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conservatives of the Republican Party.2 point clue This was used in the early 19th century, when members of Congress from a party would meet to pick a presidential candidate.1 point clue
  • 49. 3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conservatives of the Republican Party.2 point clue This was used in the early 19th century, when members of Congress from a party would meet to pick a presidential candidate.1 point clue This system has now been replaced by national nominating conventions.
  • 50. Caucus3 point clue Only the most dedicated partisans attend, such as the Liberals of the Democratic Party and the Conservatives of the Republican Party.2 point clue This was used in the early 19th century, when members of Congress from a party would meet to pick a presidential candidate.1 point clue This system has now been replaced by national nominating conventions.
  • 51. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 52. 3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue1 point clue
  • 53. 3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue Alaska and Washington State have this kind of primary.1 point clue
  • 54. 3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue Alaska and Washington State have this kind of primary.1 point clue You mark a ballot and select a Democratic for one office and a Republican for another office.
  • 55. Blanket Primary3 point clue Also known as “free love.”2 point clue Alaska and Washington State have this kind of primary.1 point clue You mark a ballot and select a Democratic for one office and a Republican for another office.
  • 56. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 57. 3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 58. 3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue Election involved George W. Bush and Al Gore.1 point clue
  • 59. 3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue Election involved George W. Bush and Al Gore.1 point clue This occurred in a state that had a recount in votes.
  • 60. 2000 Florida Election Controversy3 point clue 4th election in which the electoral vote didn’t reflect the popular vote.2 point clue Election involved George W. Bush and Al Gore.1 point clue This occurred in a state that had a recount in votes.
  • 61. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 62. 3 point clue Only Democratic party has this type of National Convention delegate2 point clue1 point clue
  • 63. 3 point clue Only Democratic party has this type of National Convention delegate2 point clue Most freedom in voting1 point clue
  • 64. Super Delegate3 point clue Only Democratic party has this type of National Convention delegate2 point clue Most freedom in voting1 point clue
  • 65. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 66. 3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Carter, his opponent, as weak in foreign policy2 point clue1 point clue
  • 67. 3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Carter, his opponent, as weak in foreign policy2 point clue Elections, media, political parties, and interest groups make up these1 point clue
  • 68. 3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Carter, his opponent, as weak in foreign policy2 point clue Elections, media, political parties, and interest groups make up these1 point clue These connect people with politics
  • 69. Linkage Institutions3 point clue In the 1980 election, Reagan used these to his advantage to portray himself as a strong leader and Carter, his opponent, as weak in foreign policy2 point clue Elections, media, political parties, and interest groups make up these1 point clue These connect people with politics
  • 70. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 71. 3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 72. 3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue They are limited by the electoral college and the plurality system.1 point clue
  • 73. 3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue They are limited by the electoral college and the plurality system.1 point clue The Green Party is an example of one.
  • 74. Third (Minor) Parties3 point clue The Republican Party was one.2 point clue They are limited by the electoral college and the plurality system.1 point clue The Green Party is an example of one.
  • 75. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 76. 3 point clue2 point clue William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold speech was at the Democratic one of these in 18961 point clue
  • 77. 3 point clue2 point clue William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold speech was at the Democratic one of these in 18961 point clue Since 1972, these have become less important and more for ratifying candidates than nominating them to the presidency
  • 78. 3 point clue In the past, dark horse candidates like Polk, arose suddenly at these after party bosses cut back room deals2 point clue William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold speech was at the Democratic one of these in 18961 point clue Since 1972, these have become less important and more for ratifying candidates than nominating them to the presidency
  • 79. National Convention3 point clue In the past, dark horse candidates like Polk, arose suddenly at these after party bosses cut back room deals2 point clue William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold speech was at the Democratic one of these in 18961 point clue Since 1972, these have become less important and more for ratifying candidates than nominating them to the presidency
  • 80. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 81. 3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue1 point clue
  • 82. 3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue Causes gridlock in government1 point clue
  • 83. 3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue Causes gridlock in government1 point clue One party controls the White House and another controls the Houses of Congress
  • 84. Divided Government3 point clue 16 of the 24 elections between 1952 and 2000 have resulted in this2 point clue Causes gridlock in government1 point clue One party controls the White House and another controls the Houses of Congress
  • 85. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 86. 3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 87. 3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue These are associated with political realignment.1 point clue
  • 88. 3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue These are associated with political realignment.1 point clue When power shifts from one party to another.
  • 89. Critical Elections3 point clue One occurred in 1860.2 point clue These are associated with political realignment.1 point clue When power shifts from one party to another.
  • 90. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 91. 3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue1 point clue
  • 92. 3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue Voter is not dedicated to single party1 point clue
  • 93. 3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue Voter is not dedicated to single party1 point clue Practice of voting for candidates of different parties in single election
  • 94. Ticket Splitting3 point clue 2004 elections: Governor of Montana & President of US2 point clue Voter is not dedicated to single party1 point clue Practice of voting for candidates of different parties in single election
  • 95. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 96. 3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue1 point clue
  • 97. 3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue Decrease in party loyalty1 point clue
  • 98. 3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue Decrease in party loyalty1 point clue Antonym: Realignment
  • 99. Party Dealignment3 point clue Increasing trend in US voters2 point clue Decrease in party loyalty1 point clue Antonym: Realignment
  • 100. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 101. 3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 102. 3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue Ralph Nader in the 2000 US Presidential Election.1 point clue
  • 103. 3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue Ralph Nader in the 2000 US Presidential Election.1 point clue Someone who doesn’t win an election, but determines the outcome.
  • 104. Kingmaker3 point clue Originally applied to the activities of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick.2 point clue Ralph Nader in the 2000 US Presidential Election.1 point clue Someone who doesn’t win an election, but determines the outcome.
  • 105. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 106. 3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue1 point clue
  • 107. 3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue There are scales and quizzes to measure it.1 point clue
  • 108. 3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue There are scales and quizzes to measure it.1 point clue A voter’s underlying allegiance to a political party.
  • 109. Party Identification3 point clue Childhood influence has a large impact on it.2 point clue There are scales and quizzes to measure it.1 point clue A voter’s underlying allegiance to a political party.
  • 110. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
  • 111. 3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue1 point clue
  • 112. 3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue National Convention1 point clue
  • 113. 3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue National Convention1 point clue Not required to vote according to representative state population’s majority
  • 114. Unpledged Delegate3 point clue Only Republican party has this type of delegate2 point clue National Convention1 point clue Not required to vote according to representative state population’s majority

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