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Which of the following is not one of the major eras of one party domination in American history? a. Era of the Democrats c. Return of the Democrats b. Era of the Republicans d. Return of the Republicans
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Return of the Republicans is not one of the major eras of one party domination in American history.
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What is an electorate? a. setting voting age c. refusal of voting rights b. potential voting population d. placing a vote based upon issues
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An electorate is the potential voting population.
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All of the following mean the same thing EXCEPT: a. the right to vote c. the electorate b. suffrage d. the franchise User: What is an electorate? a. setting voting age c. refusal of voting rights b. potential voting population d. placing a vote based upon issues
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All of the following mean the same thing EXCEPT: the electorate.
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An electorate is the potential voting population.
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All of the following mean the same thing EXCEPT: a. the right to vote c. the electorate b. suffrage d. the franchise
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All of the following mean the same thing: the right to vote; suffrage; and the franchise. The electorate is the sum total of people who have the right to vote in a given election.
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The convention system at first seemed more representative of the party as a whole than the caucus because a. all party members could vote for delegates to send to county conventions. b. all party members voted directly for presidential candidates. c. the convention did not allow for control by powerful party members. d. delegates could vote any way they wished at State and national conventions
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The convention system at first seemed more representative of the party as a whole than the caucus because all party members could vote for delegates to send to county conventions.
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