Navigating Political Terminology in an Election Year

With the 2012 political election year reaching new heights, media outlets from Fort Myers, Fla. to Fargo, North Dakota are finding new ways to cover the candidates, trending topics and the next great idea that will induce change. However, with all of the political coverage present with every channel surfed, navigating the terminology landscape can often leave someone in their own confusing filibuster while searching for meaning. But we’re here to help. Below is an infographic from created by Column Five that will help you successfully navigate the political sphere.


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