Nomination- the naming of those who will seek office
General election- regularly scheduled elections at which voters make the final selection of Officeholders
Caucus- a group of like-minded persons who meet to select the candidates they will support in an Upcoming election
Direct primary- an election held within the party to pick the party's candidates for the general Election
Closed primary- a party nominating election in which only declared party members can vote.
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will suited to democracy?
It's well suited for democracy cause it uses a process of elimination to pick their representatives
5. What is the difference between an open primary and a closed primary?
In an open primary any qualified voter can take part; in a closed primary only declared party members Can vote
6. What is a wide-open primary?
It's the same thing as a blanket primary
7. What is a nonpartisan primary?
Minor parties are independent nominees.