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The 15th Amendment extended the right to vote to eligible: a. white females c. black males and females b. black males d. people over the age of 21
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The 15th Amendment extended the right to vote to eligible black males.
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A ____ is where voters who live in a particular precinct actually go to vote. User: On which ballot are candidates listed together under the title of the position they seek? a. party-column ballot b. office-group ballot c. sample ballot d. "bed-sheet" ballot User: Why are voting machines used? a. to eliminate the election process b. to increase the number of persons needed to administer elections c. to minimize vote-counting errors d. to encourage manual vote counting
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A Polling place is where voters who live in a particular precinct actually go to vote.

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Voting machines are used to minimize vote-counting errors.

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Which of the following is NOT a long-term trend marking the expansion of suffrage in the United States? a. removing restrictive requirements based on religious belief b. the Federal Government taking less of a role in protecting suffrage rights c. eliminating requirements based on race d. eliminating requirements based on tax payments
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The Federal Government taking less of a role in protecting suffrage rights is NOT a long-term trend marking the expansion of suffrage in the United States.

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The ____ is a party nominating election in which any qualified voter can participate. User: A primary in which candidates are not labeled by party is known as a a. runoff primary. b. direct primary. c. nonpartisan primary. d. blanket primary.
Weegy: A primary in which candidates are not labeled by a party is known as a nonpartisan primary. User: Which of the following processes is considered the least democratic when a candidate is being nominated? a. caucus. b. convention. c. direct primary. d. petition. User: Compared with the caucus and convention methods, the number of people who can participate in choosing candidates through the direct primary is a. about the same. b. very small. c. much greater. d. much less. (More)
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The Open primary is a party nominating election in which any qualified voter can participate.
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Compared with the caucus and convention methods, the number of people who can participate in choosing candidates through the direct primary is much greater.

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Which of the following is NOT legal under the current federal presidential campaign financing laws? a. A person or group can contribute unlimited funds to a political campaign. b. A person or group can contribute unlimited funds to a "voter education" campaign. c. A person or group can spend unlimited funds on an ad for a particular issue without mentioning a candidate. d. A person or group can spend unlimited funds to oppose a candidate.
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A person or group can contribute unlimited funds to a political campaign- is NOT legal under the current federal presidential campaign financing laws.


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