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Why do minor parties have difficulty succeeding in the United States electoral system?
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
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User: Which group believes people are servants of the government? A. liberals B. reactionaries C. radicals D. moderates

Weegy: moderates
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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...
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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.
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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 ...
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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
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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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