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Elections and Political Campaigns Study Guide GPOSC 225, Dr. Sulfaro The public opinion portion of the exam will be drawn from Chapters 8 and 10 of Wilson and Dilulio and from class lectures on this topic. primary (what it is, what it does, types of) absentee ballot caucus (what it is, what it does) early voting frontloading (what it is, effects on elections) EDR (election day registration) proportional versus winner take all allocation of delegates proposed Election Day reforms political socialization (what it is, sources of) proposed Electoral College reforms public funding/ public money/ matching money (what it is, where it’s used) who votes pre-nomination phase (when this starts, when it ends, and what occurs during this phase) incumbent (what this means, and their advantages at election time) political party conventions (what they are, what they do, when they are) coattails the Electoral College (size, members, what it does)
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course GPOSC 225 taught by Professor Sulfaro during the Fall '07 term at James Madison University.

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