Winning Office-Elections have two important parts-Nomination Process-Campaigning
Nominating Process-Caucus-a meeting of party leaders to namecandidates-Convention-meeting of party representatives(delegat...
Primary Elections-Open Primary-primary where any voter can helpchose candidates-Closed Primary-primary where only party me...
Presidential Candidates-selected by a combination of all three nominating processes-caucuses-primaries-National convention
Endorsements-using a famous person to support a candidate
Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisemen...
Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisemen...
Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisemen...
Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisemen...
Canvassing-person to person campaigning-”campaign trail”
Other Methods-symbolism-generalizations-bandwagon
Public Funding-Presidential Candidates get government funding for their campaigns-equal funding-Party can spend extra on b...
Public Funding-Presidential Candidates get government funding for their campaigns-equal funding-Party can spend extra on b...
Private Funding-private funding is limited in most cases-candidate can spend any amount of their own money-individuals can...
Private Funding-private funding is limited in most cases-candidate can spend any amount of their own money-individuals can...
Private Funding-private funding is limited in most cases-candidate can spend any amount of their own money-individuals can...
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43 election campaigns

  1. 1. Winning Office-Elections have two important parts-Nomination Process-Campaigning
  2. 2. Nominating Process-Caucus-a meeting of party leaders to namecandidates-Convention-meeting of party representatives(delegates) to name candidates-Primary Elections-special election held by partymembers to determine candidates
  3. 3. Primary Elections-Open Primary-primary where any voter can helpchose candidates-Closed Primary-primary where only party membersare allowed to vote-Closed are most often used to protect the party’s nominees
  4. 4. Presidential Candidates-selected by a combination of all three nominating processes-caucuses-primaries-National convention
  5. 5. Endorsements-using a famous person to support a candidate
  6. 6. Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisementsthat focus on the faults andshortcomings of your opponentrather than your goals
  7. 7. Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisementsthat focus on the faults andshortcomings of your opponentrather than your goals
  8. 8. Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisementsthat focus on the faults andshortcomings of your opponentrather than your goals
  9. 9. Advertising-using the media to campaign-primary method of campaigning-negative advertising-- Process of using advertisementsthat focus on the faults andshortcomings of your opponentrather than your goals
  10. 10. Canvassing-person to person campaigning-”campaign trail”
  11. 11. Other Methods-symbolism-generalizations-bandwagon
  12. 12. Public Funding-Presidential Candidates get government funding for their campaigns-equal funding-Party can spend extra on behalf of candidates
  13. 13. Public Funding-Presidential Candidates get government funding for their campaigns-equal funding-Party can spend extra on behalf of candidates
  14. 14. Private Funding-private funding is limited in most cases-candidate can spend any amount of their own money-individuals can donate $1,000-PAC-- Groups that are formed in order to raise money for candidates running for office--- they are limited to a 5,000 donation to an individual candidate-campaign finance reform
  15. 15. Private Funding-private funding is limited in most cases-candidate can spend any amount of their own money-individuals can donate $1,000-PAC-- Groups that are formed in order to raise money for candidates running for office--- they are limited to a 5,000 donation to an individual candidate-campaign finance reform
  16. 16. Private Funding-private funding is limited in most cases-candidate can spend any amount of their own money-individuals can donate $1,000-PAC-- Groups that are formed in order to raise money for candidates running for office--- they are limited to a 5,000 donation to an individual candidate-campaign finance reform

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