Political parties influence public policy because they
try to get their members elected whom they expect to vote along the party platform on issues
lobby the members of legislative committees to ...
... convince them to vote a certain way on bills
have considerable power in influencing judicial decisions on difficult civil and criminal trials
select who will serve as advisors to the members of the executive and legislative branches
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