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    Party Organization Precinct Level County Level State Level

    Temporary and Permanent Party Organization

    Temporary Party Organization Permanent Party Organization

    Temporary party organization encompasses a large number of organized party supporters involved in choosing candidates and mobilizing voter support in primary and general election campaigns to win political power

    Permanent party organization is run by a small collection of party faithful selected by the temporary party organization who conduct routine but essential party business during and between elections

    Source: Texas election code; Democratic and Republican party rules. (full source)

    Source : texaspolitics.utexas.edu

    Texas Government 2.0, Political Parties in Texas, Party Identification

    Party Identification

    Party Identification Democratic and Republican Party Organization

    Although many Texans claim that they are "registered Republicans" or "registered Democrats," Texas does not have a system of party registration. Registered voters may vote in either the Democrat or Republican primary.

    One of the most important functions of political parties is to select candidates to run for office under the party label, which is currently accomplished through primary elections.

    Permanent Party Organization

    Organization of the parties themselves are often discussed in terms of the permanent organization of the party and the temporary (campaign) organization of the party (See Figure 9.9). In each election precinct, a precinct chair will be elected in the party primary. The precinct chair will head the precinct convention, in addition to serving on the party's county executive committee. In the primary, the county chair will also be elected. The county chair will lead the county executive committee, which is composed of the chair and precinct chairs. The main responsibility of the county executive committee is to run the county primary and plan the county conventions.

    At the state level, there is a state executive committee, which includes a state chair and vice-chair. These officers are selected every two years at the state party conventions. The state executive committee:

    accepts filings by candidates for statewide office

    helps raise funds for the party

    and establishes party policy

    Temporary Party Organization

    The temporary organization of the party includes the precinct conventions. The main role of the precinct conventions is to select delegates to the county convention and to possibly submit resolutions that may eventually become part of the party platform.

    Delegates chosen at the precinct convention then go to the county conventions (or in urban areas, to district conventions). These conventions elect delegates to the state convention. Democratic and Republican parties hold state conventions every other year.

    At the state convention:

    nominees are certified for statewide office

    a party platform is adopted

    and a chair, vice-chair, and state executive committee is elected

    In presidential election years, the state conventions:

    select delegates for the national party conventions

    elect delegates for the national party committee

    and choose presidential electors to the Electoral College

    Figure 9.9 Temporary Party Organization encompasses a large number of organized party supporters involved in choosing candidates and mobilizing voter support in primary and general election campaigns to win political power. Permanent Party Organization is run by a small collection of party faithful selected by the temporary party organization who conduct routine but essential   party business during and between elections. The elements of both aspects of party organization  are depicted using an organizational flow chart. Image created based on sources: Texas election code; Democratic and Republican party rules; credit: panOpen License: CC BY-SA

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    political party

    An organization influenced by political ideology whose primary interest is to gain control of government by winning elections.

    What are the two leading political parties in Texas?

    Democratic and Republican Party

    stratarchy

    A political system wherein power is diffused among and within levels of party organization.

    temporary party organization

    Primaries and conventions where members of the major political parties select candidates for public office.

    precinct convention

    1st Tuesday in March every even # years; select delegates for county convention

    county and district conventions

    3rd Saturday after precinct conventions; elect state convention delegates

    state conventions

    June of even # years

    certify nominees from primaries

    write the rules that govern party

    adopt party platform

    select members of party's state executive committee

    select delegates to National Convention and electors.

    permanent party organization

    the precinct chairs, county and district executive committees, and the state executive committee form the permanent organization of a political party.

    ROLE: recruit candidates, raise funds, devise strategies

    What is the difference between temporary and permanent party organization?

    The role of the permanent party organization is to recruit candidates, raise funds, register voters. Temporary party organization consists of primaries and conventions in which members of the major political parties select candidates for public office.

    Who chooses political party's state chair?

    Temporary organization selects state chair that presides over party's permanent organization.

    Conservatives Most republicans

    - opposed to gov't managed and subsidized programs

    - doctrine of laissez-faire

    - fiscal conservatives: reduce taxes and spending

    - social republicans: importance of family values; oppose abortion and homosexuals

    Liberals Most Democrats

    - favor gov't regulation of economy for equitable distribution of wealth

    - gov't obligated to aid unemployed, alleviate poverty, protect individual rights

    - limited role for social issues involving morality

    What is difference between conservatives and neoconservatives?

    Conservatives are generally opposed to gov't managed or gov't subsidized programs, neoconservatives allows for limited gov't role in solving social probz

    Texas Democrats

    Generally have neoliberal ideology that incorporates philosophy of less gov't regulation of business and the economy, while adopting a more liberal view of greater gov't involvement in social probz

    Reconstruction (1865-1873)

    Era that followed Civil War.

    Republicans controlled TX politics b/c reconstruction laws purged all officeholders with a confederate past (basically all Dem) and any man who supported the Confederacy were denied the vote. E Davis was unpopular Republican governor and no republican was voted from 1873.

    1870s-1970s

    One-Party dominant system (democrats) but divided

    1970s-1990s

    Resurgence of Republican Party

    2000-2012

    Republican dominance w/ George Bush as president and Texas House controlled in 2002.

    Negative Campaigning

    prominent in 20th centure-present Ex. 2010 gubernatorial primary b/w Perry and Hutchinson.

    Markle Commission

    working to eliminate negative campaigning

    Political action committees (PACs)

    an organizational device used by corporations, labor unions, and other organizations to raise money for campaign contributions.

    Politicians agree with the corp positions so they raise $ for them.

    Texas Ethics Commission

    1993 - created to monitor lobbyist and candidate campaigns.

    Campaign Reform Act (2002)

    - prohibition of soft money, or donations made to national political parties for federal election purposes

    - increase in the limits of ind hard money, or direct money, contributions

    - restriction on corporations' and labor unions' ability to run "electioneering" ads that feature the names or likenesses of candidates close to election day

    Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010)

    Overturned provision of the act (2003 deemed it constitutional in McConnell v FEC) that banned unlimited independent expenditures made by corporations etc in federal elections.

    - Super PACs House Bill 1606

    Requires greater disclosure of campaign contributions; strengthens Texas Ethics Commission

    Obstacles to voting

    Literacy tests, grandfather clause, poll tax, all-white primaries, racial gerrymandering, diluting minority votes

    grandfather clause

    exempted people from educational, property, or tax requirements for voting if they were qualified to vote before 1867 and their descendents

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