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If inflation is low, jobs are plentiful, and the Republicans and Democrats each enjoy strong support, which type of minor party would be LEAST likely to attract voters? a. economic protest
parties b. ideological parties c. single-issue parties d. splinter parties
The answer is c. single-issue parties ; The Right to Life Party is an example of D. single-issue parties [ [ ] ]
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User: If inflation is low, jobs are plentiful, and the Republicans and Democrats each enjoy strong support, which type of minor party would be LEAST likely to attract voters? a. economic protest parties b. ideological parties c. single-issue parties d. splinter parties

Weegy: The answer is c. single-issue parties ; The Right to Life Party is an example of D. single-issue parties [ [ ] ]
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User: The Right to Life Party is a single issue party because: a. They only focus on legislation to ensure the right to life. c. They focus on right to life and a multitude of economic issues. b. They want to push as many people into office as possible to have legislation passed. d. They focus on right to life but use scare tactics to get other politicians to vote their way.

Weegy: b. They want to push as many people into office as possible to have legislation passed.
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User: If you are a registered voter with the Democratic Party and you vote for a Republican for President and a Democrat for U.S. Senator you: a. have cast a split ticket ballot c. have cast a straight ticket ballot b. will lose your party membership d. will become a Republican

Weegy: c.have cast a straight ticket ballot
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User: The National Convention is considered to be the "voice" of a political party because: a. it is used as a recruitment tool for new party members. c. it is where the presidential candidate of the party is nominated. b. it is where candidates for the national and state elections are nominated. d. it is where new Congressional candidates take an oath of loyalty to the party.

Weegy: The National Convention is considered to be the "voice" of a political party because it is where the presidential candidate of the party is nominated.
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User: It can be argued that political parties are at their weakest a. when they cannot agree on who to nominate as their candidate. b. during the national convention. c. when their candidate is elected President. d. all of the above

Weegy: It can be argued that political parties are at their weakest a. when they cannot agree on who to nominate as their candidate
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User: Political parties hold national conventions for a number of reasons but nominate candidates for only these positions. a. President & Congress c. Vice-President & Governor b. President & Governor d. President & Vice-Presiden

Weegy: Political parties hold national conventions for a number of reasons but nominate candidates for only these positions d. President & Vice-President
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User: What were the first two political parties in the United States? a. Democrats-Republicans and Whigs c. Democrats and Republicans b. Federalists and Anti-Federalists d. Whigs and Federalists



Weegy: b. Federalists and Anti-Federalists were the first two political parties in the United States.
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