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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 10 DEF I N I T IONS 1. 527 2. Advantages of incumbent president 3. Ticket splitter 4. Candidate of our party in 00 5. Negative campaigning 6. Peace and pocketdoor issues 7. Watergate scandal impacted which president? a. Nixon 8. How many televised president debaters were there in 2004 9. Softens impact of television on voters 10. Total amount of $$ spent in 04 election was estimated @ 11. First major party candidates for president to finance campaigns with federal funds. 12. Soft $ and independent expenditures. 13. 02 finance reform law prohibits 14. Committee of Political Education 15. Taft-Hartly act of 47 CHAPTER 10 TEST REV IEW QUEST IONS 1. Polsby and wildavsky contend that campaigns change the minds of voters or reinforces previous convictions. 2. Who would be aided most by entering into a presidential primaries? a. A relatively unknown political canindate 3. In much of the 2000 campaign, president Clinton kept a relatively low profile ....
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course PS 110 taught by Professor Cross during the Spring '08 term at Grand Rapids Community College.
- Spring '08