Motor voter bill:a bill that requires the US citizens to register to vote if they want to get a drivers license .
Political action committee: a private group that raises and distributes funds for use in election compaigns.
Political parties: an organized group that attempts to influence gov by electing its member to office.
Primary: is an alection that narrows the field of candidates before an election for office.
Single-member district: an electorate that is allowed to elect only representative from each district- the typical method of representation in the US.
Administrative legislation: rules made by regulatory agencies and commissions.
Bicameral ism: the division of a legislative assembly into toe chambers or house.
Cabinet: the secretaries or chief administrators, of the major departments of the federal gov. Cabinet secretaries are appointed by the president with the consent of the senate.
Constituency: the district making up the area from which an official is elected.
Executive order. The rule or regulation issued by the president that have the effect and formal status of legislation.
Gerrymandering: the appointment of voters in district in such a way as to give unfair advantage to one political party.
Civil law: a system of jurisprudence including private law and governmental actions, for settling disputes that do not involve criminal…