In elections with two dominant parties, a 3rd party candidate can siphon off votes that might otherwise have gone to someone else. Two recent examples would be Ralph Nader in 2000 and Ross Perot in 1992.
In the US election system, national elections are known for the most part as being ones held between two major national parties. It's safe to say that by the end of the US Civil War, two major parties emerged. These were the Democratic and Republican parties. Every so often a third party will run a candidate. For the most part this party will be formed then die quickly. Because of the two party nature of the American election system, the third party candidate's platform will be closer to one of the two major parties than another. When this happens, supporters of the party closest to the other major party will draw votes away from that major party. With that said, the third party hopes to win the election. The unintended consequences are that the party least affiliated with the third party will win the election as the other two parties will split their votes, thus allowing the party least affiliated with the other two to win the election.
What was a major political consequence of the Vietnam War
one contribution is that 3rd parties allow dissenters to express their vies publically, in a nonviolent way which strengthens the government
Parties in suits are basicallt suit 16 parties
unintentional injury is an injury caused by accident.
Victory Unintentional was created in 1942-08.
The defendant gave the court an unintentional clue.
No, As long as it is unintentional as ruled by the the umpirers
That comment, mark, face etc was unintentional Meaning you didnt mean to do it
Unintentional Lie - 2012 was released on: USA: 31 August 2012
An Unintentional Hero - 1914 was released on: USA: 30 January 1914
A intentional injuries is like geting in to a fight and a unintentional injuries is a car crash
Yes, parties is the correct spelling.Some example sentences are:There were two parties in the street.He parties far too much.All the parties were found guilty.In the UK, it is illegal to throw parties after 11pm, except on New Year's Eve.
Unintentional tort because even if you don't intend harm you will be liable for it.