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(An) indication(s) of how important the Internet has become in political campaigns is a. the high number of candidate web sites. b. the increasing number of voters who attain election information on-line. c. the large number of Internet users who contribute to political campaign on-line. d. the widespread use of the Internet by interest groups. e. all of the above.
Weegy: Election technology, notably using the internet, has changed the face of running for office in recent years. [ The running of candidates for the position of the President of the United States of America is clearly one of the highest forms of competition in the modern world. When such a competition exists, rules are hard to come by and sometimes even harder to enforce. The inception of the internet has created an entirely different rule book for presidential candidates to go through. This new era of internet candidacies is heavily debated among political circles. There is fear of cheating side by side with the hope for greater involvement of youth in politics. Some of the biggest problems arise from people online having the ability to spread misinformation and change entire pages online without the consent of owners. One of the most important factors for candidates in using the internet is raising money. Having a web page where people can offer funds to a candidate has become a substantial source of money for most candidates. The internet makes a voter's understanding of candidates easier and a candidate's job to inform voters easier as well. Other technologies that have come to change the face of politics mostly have to do with voting. More specifically this has to deal with the debate over voting machines. The government has invested over USD 3 billion in trying to make an effective system for voting machines and yet the country still has not found one. The fear of hacking and the insecurity of a lack of paper trail makes voting authorities question the viability of such methods. ] (More)
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Candidates for public office are likely to be a. people who have lower incomes and are attempting to improve their economic position. b. lawyers. c. younger than the average worker entering the work force. d. veterans. e. former corporate CEOs.
Weegy: Candidates for public office are likely to be a. people who have lower incomes and are attempting to improve their economic position. b. [ lawyers Candidates for public office are likely to be lawyers. ] (More)
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Democrats have emphasized 1. social welfare and protection of senior's benefits. 2. a major reduction in most social programs that result in direct payments to individuals. 3. an ethic of self-reliance. 4. a flat tax that would eliminate the progressive income tax system. 5. limited government.
Weegy: 2. User: The Federal Election Campaign Act of 1974 did not a. limit campaign contributions. b. provide public funding for presidential elections. c. provide public funding for Congressional elections. d. require disclosure. e. create the Federal Election Commission. Weegy: The Federal Election Campaign Act of 1974 did not c. provide public funding for Congressional elections. (More)
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Democrats have emphasized 1. social welfare and protection of senior's benefits. 2. a major reduction in most social programs that result in direct payments to individuals. 3. an ethic of self-reliance. 4. a flat tax that would eliminate the progressive income tax system. 5. limited government.
Weegy: 2. User: When the voter may vote for candidates of more than one party it is called a. a closed primary. b. an open primary. c. a run-off primary. d. a blanket primary. e. a caucus. Weegy: The voter may vote for candidates of more than one party it is called a blanket primary. The answer is letter D. a blanket primary. (More)
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