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We use the short ballot to elect the president, vice president, and members of Congress. true or false User: The president and vice president are elected once every whay years
Weegy: Every fourth year.I assume you are speaking about the United States of America election. If that is the case, then the president and the vice president are elected once every fourth year. (More)
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The long ballot encouraged straight ticketsplit ticket voting.
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The president and vice president are elected once every what years User: We elect one-third of the Congress every two years. tru or false
Weegy: True User: All state officials are elected every two years true or false Weegy: False, only house of representatives are elected every 2 years. User: One way to cut down on the number of elections would be to lengthen the term of office for elected officials. Weegy: True User: One way to cut down on the number of elections is to not have an election when all the persons running are Weegy: One way to cut down on the number of elections is to not have an election when all the persons running are unopposed. User: A criticism of elections is that national, state, and local elections come on the same day. Weegy: False User: Some states require that local elections must come during the in-between years when no national elections are held. Weegy: True User: The long ballot is a handicap because the voters cannot possibly learn enough about the candidates for all offices to vote intelligently Weegy: True. User: The long ballot encouraged straight ticketsplit ticket voting. Weegy: False (More)
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In the early days of our democracy, voting was done
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In the early days of our democracy, voting was done: orally.
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Who discovered stem cells?
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1960s - Joseph Altman and Gopal Das present scientific evidence of adult neurogenesis, ongoing stem cell activity in the brain; their reports contradict Cajal's "no new neurons" dogma and are largely ignored.............
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