What is the importance of moderates in the political process?
A. they are unhappy with the government and want to moderate it
B. people are happy with the government and encourage people to vote
C. generally happy with the government and can support a candidate and affect election outcomes
D. special group of people that mediate party related problems
C. generally happy with the government and can support a candidate and affect election outcomes Auto answered|Score 1|lisawelch|Points 5638|User:
Which group believes people are servants of the government?
moderatesAuto answered|Score .8|smartaxe|Points 15|User:
Which of the following is not considered a type of minor political party?
A. ideological party
B. economic protest party
C. splinter party
D. socially progressive party
The only option that is not a minor political party is D. socially progressive party.Thank youAuto answered|Score 1|Controler|Points 3322|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"
C. "not as smart as a mule"Auto answered|Score 1User:
What is a widely held view of political action committee money?
A. PAC money can purchase influence by funding political campaigns
B. PACs are beneficial to the electoral process
C. no unfair practices exist when it comes to campaign finance
D. politicians should be free to take money from whomever they choose
Sir/Madam, The answer is letter "A. PAC money can purchase influence by funding political campaigns"Auto answered|Score .6|beboythewizkid|Points 2048|User:
The legislature proposed a new bill. While not favored by all, every Republican has supported the bill because it was proposed by a fellow Republican.
This is an example of which of the following?
B. watchdog function
C. electoral process
D. party politics
The answer is D. party politicsAuto answered|Score 1|koaley|Points 6227|User:
In what type of election do minor parties typically find success?
Answer: unenforceable by the minors. - An unenforceable contract is one that has all the elements of a valid contract, but has some sort of defect that prevents it from being legally enforced since he/she is still a minor. [ [ SOUCE: http://contracts.uslegal.com/contract-by-a-minor/
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