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U.S. Government Notebook: M2L2Electoral ProcessYour Name Dominic RiosINSTRUCTIONS: Follow the prompts, which are in green, and respond in the white sections. Each section matches a part of your online lesson. Write in complete sentences and include details from the lesson or text as much as possible. Example answer starts have been provided for you. You must name your notebook the same as the lesson name and add your last name. EXAMPLE: U.S.Gov.M1.L1.Smith (U.S. Government 12.Module1.Lesson1.Smith)Standards:SS 9-12 CE 13. Assess the factors that impact political identity and ideology, including but not limited to age, race, class, gender, religion, and geographySS 9-12 CE.31. Examine the role of special interest groups, lobbyists, and PACS on the U.S. legislative and electoral process.SS 9-12 CE.38. Create, interpret, and utilize demographic data and geo-spatial representations tobetter understand gerrymandering, redistricting, and regional political ideology.1. Essential Question Write the Essential Question for this lesson in the section below. How has the electoral process changed since its inception?2. Write each of the vocabulary words and a definition:Note: Not all lessons have five vocabulary words.

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