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APGoPo Unit 3
Speed Match Review Game

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Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
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Let's Play Speed Match!

content regulation
national convention
proportional representation
free rider problem
canvassing
political action committee (PAC)
press secretary
press release
patron
contrast ad
superdelegate
campaign manager
trade association
polarization
finance chair
think tank
narrowcasting
muckraking
lobbying
secular realignment
agenda setting
party identification
transactions theory
political machine
on background
activities of a group or organization that seek to persuade political leaders to support the group's positions
a gradual rearrangement of party coalitions, usually based on demographic shifts
a voting system that apportions legislative seats according to to the % of vote won
party meeting held in the presidential year for the purpose of nominating candidate for the ticket
The individual who coordinates the financial business of the campaign
an unpledged candidate in the Democratic Party
the process of forming the list of issues to be addressed by the government
the process by which a campaign reaches individual voters, by door or telephone
theory that public policy are the result of narrowly defined exchanges among political actors (elites)
the individual who travels with the candidate and coordinate the campaign
collection of policy oriented researchers and academics that are sources of policy ideas
limitations on the substance of mass media
the individual charged with interacting and communicating with journalists on a daily basis
fund raising organizations that represent interest groups and can legally make contributions to campaigns
a document offering an official comment or position
a person's political affinity for a political party
group that represents a specific industry
a person who finances a group or individual activity
potential members fail to join a group, because they can get the benefit without contributing to the effort
the increasingly conflicting and divided viewpoints between parties
form of investigative journalism exposing corruption and misconduct
Info provided to a journalist that will not be attributed to a named sourc
ad that compares the records and proposals of the candidate with a bias towards the candidate sponsoring the ad
targeting media programming at specific populations withini society.
a party organization that recruits voter loyalty in exchange for incentives

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party meeting held in the presidential year for the purpose of nominating candidate for the ticketnational convention
an unpledged candidate in the Democratic Partysuperdelegate
collection of policy oriented researchers and academics that are sources of policy ideasthink tank
a party organization that recruits voter loyalty in exchange for incentivespolitical machine
a gradual rearrangement of party coalitions, usually based on demographic shiftssecular realignment
the process by which a campaign reaches individual voters, by door or telephonecanvassing
the individual who travels with the candidate and coordinate the campaigncampaign manager
The individual who coordinates the financial business of the campaignfinance chair
fund raising organizations that represent interest groups and can legally make contributions to campaignspolitical action committee (PAC)
ad that compares the records and proposals of the candidate with a bias towards the candidate sponsoring the adcontrast ad
Info provided to a journalist that will not be attributed to a named sourcon background
form of investigative journalism exposing corruption and misconductmuckraking
targeting media programming at specific populations withini society.narrowcasting
limitations on the substance of mass mediacontent regulation
a document offering an official comment or positionpress release
activities of a group or organization that seek to persuade political leaders to support the group's positionslobbying
potential members fail to join a group, because they can get the benefit without contributing to the effortfree rider problem
a person who finances a group or individual activitypatron
theory that public policy are the result of narrowly defined exchanges among political actors (elites)transactions theory
group that represents a specific industrytrade association
the individual charged with interacting and communicating with journalists on a daily basispress secretary
a person's political affinity for a political partyparty identification
the process of forming the list of issues to be addressed by the governmentagenda setting
the increasingly conflicting and divided viewpoints between partiespolarization
a voting system that apportions legislative seats according to to the % of vote wonproportional representation