A person who has the right to vote in the electoral college
an official pardon for people who have been convicted of political offenses.
prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair
A systematic way of organizing a complex &large administrative structure w/ responsibility for carrying out day-to-day tasks of the organization, departments, & agencies of the govt
the responsibilities of a citizen
shorten the sentences of people with federal or state criminal convictions
A person whose pol. views favor more local, limited govt, less govt regulations, conformity to social norms &values; rough on criminals
bring or recall to the conscious mind.
Agreement w/ another head of state not requiring approval from the Senate
A consistent set of beliefs by groups/individuals
A person whose views favor more govt involvement in business, social welfare, minority rights, &increased govt spending
A convicted person is exempt from the penalties of a crime
the declared policy of a political party or group.
Complex process by which people get their sense of political identity, beliefs, and values (family, school, media, religion, national events-all help to socialize)
Nominating election held to choose party candidates who will run in the general election
declare that one will no longer engage in or support
postpone the punishment of someone.