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POL 324 Lecture 13: Aggregate Changes

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POL 324 Lecture 14: Partisanship and Participation

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POL 324 Lecture 4: Lecture 4

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Worse economy allows more opening for challengers, worse for the incumbents. Am i better off than i was a year ago? . Blame goes more on incumbents whe
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POL 324 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Outlandish, Motivated Reasoning

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Pinpoint which issues are important to thtyuyyyytggte voters. Issues that the candidates/parties are deemed good at handling. Candidates seem to do bet
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POL 324 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nonpartisanism, Tactical Voting, Eugene Mccarthy

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Presidential nomination process primary election campaign, which gets you votes. Potential for one candidate to emerge as a winner by default. Direct p
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POL 324 Lecture 15: Polarization

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Polarization is the distance between avg dem and rep. Polarization: among politicians difference extreme other party can accomplish more on the politic
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POL 324 Lecture 11: Parties in Office pt 2

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Less formal than in congress which is specifically set up around parties. Goal: to rally own party in congress, aims for own sense of party discipline
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POL 324 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Federal Election Campaign Act, Motivated Reasoning, Political Action Committee

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Past strategies to target undecided voters to potentially sway them. Modern strategy to make sure you get base votes because in reality there are too f
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POL 324 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

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Each party selects a nominee who runs in the general election. Direct primary: new type of campaigning, power party. Key points for nominations through
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POL 324 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Motivated Reasoning, Southern Democrats, Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship

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A long-standing, psychological attachment to a political party. You may or may not vote for that party"s candidates. Generally speaking, do you usually
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POL 324 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

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Point 1: observe differences between congress, president, state. Point 2: can identify certain patterns to competition. Point 3: difficult to character
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POL 324 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

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How to be a part of a party: Register, vote, say you are with the party. But this does not mean you play any clear role in the party. Unless you are a
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