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Q: Why do minor parties have difficulty succeeding in the United States electoral system?
A: Smaller political parties have difficulty mainly because they are small. They do not have to resources, funding, or following that the larger parties enjoy.
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User: Why do minor parties have difficulty succeeding in the United States electoral system?

Weegy: Smaller political parties have difficulty mainly because they are small. They do not have to resources, funding, or following that the larger parties enjoy.
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User: What was the original meaning of the Democratic donkey symbol? A. "work hard like a mule in a field" B. "stubborn like a mule" C. "not as smart as a mule" D. "policy choices stunk like a mule"

User: Which of the following choices represents the meaning of ideology? A. set of beliefs or values of a group of people B. group of people talking about ideas C. ideas about economic policy in the United States D. values and prejudices of a business corporation

Weegy: A. set of beliefs or values of a group of people
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 380|

User: Which group believes people are servants of the government? A. liberals B. reactionaries C. radicals D. moderates

Weegy: moderates
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 380|

User: A _____________ is a closed meeting of members of a political party. A. convention B. caucus C. forum D. primary

Weegy: A caucus is a meeting of supporters or members of a political party or movement for the ... from the same political party or faction gathering in a closed meeting. Caucuses...
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 380|

User: All of the ways listed below are ways candidates can be nominated EXCEPT? A. nomination by petition B. direct primary C. self-announcement D. secret nomination

Weegy: D. secret nomination is not a way that a candidate can be nominated.
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 380|

User: In a(n) ________, _______ primary, only declared members of the party can vote on that party's candidate. A. closed / nonpartisan B. open / runoff C. closed / direct D. open / direct

Weegy: Open vs. closed; Nonpartisan blanket; Two ... in a seven-candidate primary, but did not receive more than 50% of the vote, forcing a runoff ... least 31 members.) In case the party ...
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 380|

User: Which of the following presidential candidates was nominated by self-announcement? A. Al Gore B. Woodrow Wilson C. Gerald Ford D. Ross Perot

Weegy: Woodrow Wilson
Expert answered|Shanaaz1986|Points 380|

User: Which of the following is NOT a purpose of a National Convention? A. adopt the party's platform B. begin planning the next convention in four years C. pick presidential and vice-presidential candidates D. unify the party behind those candidates for the upcoming election

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