Humanities
Review Governing Texas Chapter 4, including all charts and maps and caption

Government 2306

El Paso Community College

Question Description

Review Governing Texas Chapter 4, including all charts and maps and captions. In 250 to 300 words (approximately 1 page, typed, double spaced), answer the following questions:

1. Why do political parties matter?

2. What is the difference between a party temporary organization and a permanent organization?

3. What is the projected impact of Latinos on Texas party politics and the state government?

You must use complete sentences. Bullet point presentations are not acceptable. Submit this as a Word document as an attachment to Course Messages.

Final Answer

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Running head: GOVERNING TEXAS

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Governing Texas
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GOVERNING TEXAS

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1) Why do political parties matter?
There are two major political parties in Texas, the Republicans, and Democrats. These
political parties matter because they give Texans a chance to take part in the political process
by voting for leaders of their choice. The recruitment of political leaders is done by political
parties before party primaries and election (Jillson, 2015). The residents of Texas are also
able to engage i...

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