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Nomination- the naming of those who will seek officeGeneral election- regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final selection of OfficeholdersCaucus- a group of like-minded persons who meet to select the candidates they will support in an Upcoming electionDirect primary- an election held within the party to pick the partys candidates for the general ElectionClosed primary- a party nominating election in which only declared party members can voteOpen primary- a party nominating election in which any qualified voter can take partBlanket primary- often called the wide-open primary every voter is handed the same ballot one listing every contender for every nomination in both parties Can vote for whom you want to vote for on either partyRunoff primary- two top vote getters in the first direct primary face one another winner becomes Nominee2In what ways is the nominating process key to the electoral processIts a prime function of political parties in the United States and as a leading reason for the Decentralized character of the major parties3 Which nominating method is the oldestSelf-announcement is the oldest form of the nominating process4In what ways do conventions seem will suited to democracyIts well suited for democracy cause it uses a process of elimination to pick their representatives5 What is the difference between an open primary and a closed primaryIn an open primary any qualified voter can take part in a closed primary only declared party members Can voteIts the same thing as a blanket primaryMinor parties are independent nominees
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