Most financing for presidential campaigns comes directly from
A. federal grants.
B. labor unions.
C. political parties.
D. foreign individuals
C. political parties. Auto answered|Score .6|bluebird11|Points 20|User:
What must a candidate receive in order to be elected president?
A. at least 3/4 of the electoral votes
B. an official invitation from Congress
C. more than half of the electoral votes
D. final approval from the Supreme Court
C. more than half of the electoral votesAuto answered|Score 1|taben29|Points 777|User:
Why do presidential candidates concentrate their campaigns on the most populous states?
A. The smaller states do not have electoral votes.
B. The most populous states have more electoral votes.
C. The smaller states are only able to vote for one candidate.
D. The most populous states split their electoral votes between candidates
Why do presidential candidates concentrate their campaigns on the most populous states? B. The most populous states have more electoral votes. Auto answered|Score .6|koaley|Points 6262|User:
How is the winner of a presidential election determined in the event of a tie vote?
A. The Supreme Court chooses who becomes president.
B. The House of Representatives votes on the new president.
C. The states are allowed one vote each to decide on the new president.
D. The election is held a second time to choose who becomes president
B. The House of Representatives votes on the new president. Auto answered|Score 1|pathwise|Points 1257|User:
In what way has television influenced voters in presidential elections?
A. Television has created an easier voting process for elections.
B. Television has become the main source of information on candidates.
C. Television has forced candidates to disclose how their campaigns are funded.
D. Television has allowed voters to access any information concerning elections.
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