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Which of the following is not a tactic used by states to restrict or deny minority voter’s rights? a. literacy tests c. refusing to accept minority votes b. poll tax d. gerrymandering
Which of the following is not a tactic used by states to restrict or deny minority voters rights? d. gerrymandering
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User: Which of the following is not a tactic used by states to restrict or deny minority voter’s rights? a. literacy tests c. refusing to accept minority votes b. poll tax d. gerrymandering

Weegy: Which of the following is not a tactic used by states to restrict or deny minority voters rights? d. gerrymandering
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User: In a closed primary a. only declared party members may vote. b. all qualified voters may vote. c. voters must vote a split ticket. d. voters must complete separate ballots for both parties.

Weegy: In a closed primary: a. only declared party members may vote.
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User: Who can vote in a Republican closed primary election? a. a Democrat c. an Independent b. a Republican d. anyone qualified to vote

Weegy: b. a Republican can vote in a Republican closed primary election.
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User: Which of the following statements about voting machines is TRUE? a. They do away with the need for manual vote counting. b. They increase the number of people needed to administer elections. c. They slow down the voting process. d. They increase the risk of counting errors.

Weegy: Which of the following statements about voting machines is TRUE? a. They do away with the need for manual vote counting.
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User: the use of soft money for "party building" activities. b. money spent by an independent person or group on behalf of a candidate. c. the prominent use of issue ads. d. unlimited contributions by PACs to any one federal candidate.

Weegy: All of the following are loopholes in the current federal election laws EXCEPT .unlimited contributions by PACs to any one federal candidate.
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