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A major party might support a minor party candidate for President if a. the major party holds a narrow lead in the polls. b. the minor party candidate is likely to draw votes from the opposition. c. the election is too close to call. d. they can borrow from the minor party s platform.
Weegy: A major party might support a minor party candidate for President if: b. the minor party candidate is likely to draw votes from the opposition. (More)
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This requires government meetings to be open to the public. a. daylight laws c. civil lawsuits b. sunshine laws d. sunset laws
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Sunshine laws requires government meetings to be open to the public.
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The impact of the mass media on the public agenda can best be described as its ability to a. tell people whom to vote for. b. focus the public's attention on specific issues. c. tell people what opinions to have about those issues. d. focus the public's attention on how to vote.
Weegy: The impact of the mass media on the public agenda can best be described as its ability to b. focus the public's attention on specific issues. [ [smile] ] (More)
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The inclusion of two due process clauses in the Constitution reflects the fact that a. due process has two quite different meanings. b. the Constitution is written poorly in regards to due process. c. due process is very easy to define. d. the Bill of Rights is for the National Government, and the 14th Amendment is for the States and their local governments.
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The inclusion of two due process clauses in the Constitution reflects the fact that: the Bill of Rights is for the National Government, and the 14th Amendment is for the States and their local governments.
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