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What is the task of a party’s chairperson and the party’s national committee between elections? A. create campaign advertisements B. create volunteer opportunities C. break up the
central structure of the party D. increase the power of the party not C. break up the central structure of the party
The task of a party's chairperson and the party's national committee between elections is: D. increase the power of the party.
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