History Quiz / Political Terms (US)

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Election in which the candidates do not formally have a party affiliation
An elected official who loses political power due to a term limit
An exceptionally long speech as a form of obstruction in a legislature
Grand Old Party
Body of 538 elected representatives who select the President and Vice President
A little-known, unexpectedly successful candidate
Gathering of delegates to nominate candidates for elective office
Rearrangement of voting districts so as to favor the party in power
Formal accusation issued by a legislature against a public official
Meeting of supporters or members of a political party or movement
Oldest political party in the United States
Political movement driven by the constituents of a community
Northerners who moved to the South to make a profit from Reconstruction
Electoral device where voters express preferences to government policy
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