Cards in this guide (27)
How much money can an individual give to a presidential canidate
2000 2002-dollars, adjusted for inflation, per candidate per
Whose motto is Just Do It
When does the government assume a contractionary fiscal policy position
the government will spend less money than it earns by cutting its spending or raising its taxes
When did it become common for presidential candidates to give speeches
What was President Ronald Reagan's campaign slogan for re-election
Who was the first president to actively campaign for votes himself
William Henry Harrison was the first president to campaign for
votes for himself.
Which type of primary election is also known as a semi-closed or semi-open primary
Which political party pioneered the use of slogans in political campaigns
What was President Abraham Lincoln's campaign slogan for re-election
Dont swap horses midstream.
Which amendment removed the ban on poll taxes and banned polling stations from prohibiting people from voting based on non-payment of taxes
The 24th amendment removed the ban on poll taxes and banned
polling stations from prohibiting people from voting based on
non-payment of taxes.
How many winning campaigns must presidential candidates conduct
What terms best represents an election run by the political party members to select a candidate to represent the party
The sounds like a primary election.
Why is advertising crucial to the campaign process
What was the purpose of the twenty sixth amendment
What party formed in the 1790s to support the policies of Alexander Hamilton
In which type of primary election do voters not need to be registered members of the party in order to vote
Which term describes the process of competing against other political candidates to secure the votes of people in a certain region
The voting rights act of 1965 was the precursor to which amendment
In which type of primary election can only democrats vote in a democratic primary and only republicans vote in a republican primary
Negative tactics used in campaigns are sometimes referred to as what
Where do the democratic and republican parties select their presidential nominees
How are laws and policies passed in a direct democracy
(the people vote directly to pass laws and policies) A+
In the presidential election of 1796 which political party did Thomas Jefferson represent
In the presidential election of 1796 which political party did John Adams represent
Of the following which is true of the second party system
It pitted the Democratic Party against the Whig Party.
Traditionally which state holds the first primary during the presidential election year
Of the following terms which best defines a public election run by government officials to determine which candidate will represent the party