A political party is a group of people who seek to control a government through the winning of elections and the holding of public office. Characteristics of a political party include majorly stated beliefs , either taking one side of an issue or another, with assurance. They also nominate candidates and inform their supporter.
Political parties influence my political decisions greatly. Political parties are a crucial link between people and their government. Parties inform the people, and inspire and activate their public interest in affairs, using multiple techniques. They drive the campaign for their candidates, take stand on issues and point out cons of voting for the opposing candidates that the public may or may not have realized.
Both political parties ( Republican and Democratic ) have very different stands on how they approach issues. This affects how each party chooses to inform the public, wanting people to agree with their point of view instead of the opposing party. This causes many political ads to be greatly biased, resulting in hesitation from the public to immediately take action.
Political parties are careful not to offend any of the general public, in order to bring in as many voters as possible. Speeches, Rallies, and conventions (developed by parties and led by the candidate of the election) are carefully conducted to leave a certain impression (influence) on the audience. This also happens through the media ( news, internet, magazines).
A political party also focuses on the image of its political candidate. The image of the candidate is one of the single most important factors during a campaign. With a bad image, a candidate basically doesn't have a campaign at all. It is highly unlikely that anyone wants to vote for a bad man or woman. The most appealing candidate is usually the person who at least appears to morally driven, wanting the best for the land he or she intends to...