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BEGIN. U.S. CONSTITUTION & CONSTITUTIONAL CLAUSES. KEY TERMS. ELECTIONS & INTEREST GROUPS. COURT CASES. KEY CONCEPTS. RANDOM. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400.

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CONSTITUTION

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ELECTIONS

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COURT CASES

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What is the importance of the Wesberry v. Sanders (1963) Courthouse?

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*it ordered House districts to be as near equal in population as possible.

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According to this case, political speech cannot be banned based on the speaker’s corporate identity. In fact the court stated that corporate funding of independent broadcasts are also protected by the First Amendment:

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*Citizens United v. Federal Election Commision

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This case determined that legislative apportionment was a justiciable issue, or a matter that can be argued and decided in the court of law since it pertains to possible constitutional violations:

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*Baker v. Carr (1962)

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What did the court case of Shaw v. Reno (1993) state?

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*race cannot be the sole or predominant factor in redrawing legislative boundaries; no racial Gerrymandering.

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Which Amendment was used in the Buckley v. Valeo (1976) and what was the result of the court case?

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*The 1st Amendment-protects campaign spending; legislatures can limit contributions, but not how much one spends of his own money on campaigns.

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Fill in the blank:

“Interest Groups begets

_______ ________.”

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*Interest Groups.

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What does FECA stand for? Explain it’s purpose.

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*Federal Elections Campaign Act: series of laws to regulate financing of campaigns, which addresses disclosures, subsidies, and limitations.

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Define Open Primary and Closed Primary:

*Open-election to choose candidates that is open to independents, and voters may choose candidates from any one party.

*Closed-party election to choose candidates that is closed to independents. Voters may not cross party lines.

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Mention at least 5 TACTICS that Interest Groups use...

*“Targeting” candidates

*Issuing “report cards to rate candidates”

*Initiative, Referendum, and Recall

*Lobbying

*Mass Mailing

*New techniques: technology

*Mass Media

*Boycotting

*Litigation

*Use of Amicus Curia Briefs

*Campaign Contributions

*Endorsement of Candidates

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What are PACs and who do they support:

*Political Action Committees (PACs) are interest groups that raise funds and donates to election campaigns.

*They don’t really care about political parties; they will mostly support the WINNER! Such as incumbent candidates.

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Mention at least 4 powers that Congress have:

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*to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts, and excises

*to borrow money

*to regulate state and foreign commerce

*to coin money set its value

*to create courts inferior to the Supreme Court

*to declare war

*to raise and support an army and navy

*to exercise exclusive legislative powers over the seat of government and other purchased federal facilities

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“Must be thirty years of age.”

“Must have been a citizen of the United States for nine years.”

“Must be an inhabitant of the state from which elected.”

-This are the qualifications for becoming a:

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*Senator

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Describe the Electoral College. How many votes are required to win an election?

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*the people chosen to cast each state’s votes in a presidential election. Each state can cast one electoral vote for each senator and representative it has. 270 votes win an election.

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State which branch is exerting its checks and balances:

1. Checks the Congress by declaring a law unconstitutional.

2. Checks the president by refusing to approve a presidential appointment.

3. Checks the Courts by changing the number and jurisdiction of the lower courts.

4. Checks the Courts by nominating judges.

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1. Judicial 2. Legislative 3. Legislative 4. Executive

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Explain the following statement:

“The United States is most characterized having a two-party and a plurality system.”

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*This means that the U.S. has an electoral system with two dominant parties that compete in national elections in which the winner is the person who gets the most votes, even if he or she does not receive a majority.

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Separation of Powers:

*principle in which the powers of government are separated among three branches: legislative, executive, judicial.

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Political Culture:

*the widely shared beliefs, values, and norms that citizens share about their government.

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Rules Committee:

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*the “traffic cop” of the House that sets the legislative calendar and issues rules for debate on a bill.

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Informal Amendment:

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*a change in the meaning, but not the wording, of the Constitution, e. g., through a court decisions such as Brown v. Board.

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Gender Gap:

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*difference in voting patterns for men and women, particularly in the greater tendency of the latter to vote for Democratic presidential candidates.

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Define Due Process Clause from the 14th Amendment:

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*State governments must observe fair procedures when they deny a person life, liberty, and property.

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What is the purpose of the Supremacy Clause?

*it states that the Federal law is supreme over state law.

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What does the 10th Amendment say?:

*Any power that is not granted to the national government, or denied to the states, automatically reverts to the states.

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What are the two ways of proposing an amendment?:

*Two-thirds of both house of Congress vote to propose an amendment, or

*Two-thirds of the state legislatures ask Congress to call a national convention to propose amendments.

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What are the two ways to ratify a proposed amendment?

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*Three-fourths of the state legislatures approve it, or

*Ratifying conventions in three-fourths of the states approve it.

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Federalism breaks into the National, State, and Concurrent Powers. If the States have Reserved Powers, then the National have...

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*Express (at the Constitution)

*Implied (Elastic clause-not stated)

*Inherent (by nature)

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Define Political Culture:

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*the widely shared beliefs, values, and norms that citizens share about their government.

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Which principle did the court case McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) established?

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*it established the principle of national supremacy and validity of implied powers.

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Mention at least 2 characteristics from Centralist and Decentralist views:

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*limited national government

*pro-states’ rights

*“strict interpretation”

*strong central government

*“loose interpretation”

*limit to implied powers

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Which is the most likely party affiliation if the voter had/were...

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*Catholics views

*Higher Income

*African American

*Women

-Republican

-Republican

-Democratic

-Democratic