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The Federal Election Commission enforces laws in each of the following areas EXCEPT a. disclosing of campaign financial information. b. limiting campaign contributions to PACs. c. providing public
funding for parts of the election process. d. setting the maximum amount a candidate may contribute to his or her own campaign.
Answer: d. [ [ setting the maximum amount a candidate may contribute to his or her own campaign. The Federal Election Commission enforces laws in each of the following areas except setting the maximum amount a candidate may contribute to his or her own campaign. - See more at: ] ]
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User: The Federal Election Commission enforces laws in each of the following areas EXCEPT a. disclosing of campaign financial information. b. limiting campaign contributions to PACs. c. providing public funding for parts of the election process. d. setting the maximum amount a candidate may contribute to his or her own campaign.

Weegy: Answer: d. [ [ setting the maximum amount a candidate may contribute to his or her own campaign. The Federal Election Commission enforces laws in each of the following areas except setting the maximum amount a candidate may contribute to his or her own campaign. - See more at: ] ]
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User: All of the following are official ballots EXCEPT: a. bedsheet c. sample b. office-group d. party-column

Weegy: a. Bedsheet ballot has such an enormous amount of information on it that it might be difficult to understand. [ ]
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User: The most expensive item in a typical campaign budget is a. travel. b. print advertisements. c. television advertisements. d. professional campaign managers.

Weegy: The most expensive item in a typical campaign budget is C. television advertisements.
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User: The Supreme Court’s 2000 ruling on California’s blanket primary found this form of primary to violate the rights of a. the voters. b. political parties. c. State election boards. d. candidates.

Weegy: The Supreme Court’s 2000 ruling on California’s blanket primary found this form of primary to violate the rights of B. political parties.
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User: The coat-tail effect takes place when: a. many candidates run for one office c. when two candidates are very close in the polls b. a strong candidate attracts people to their party d. when people huddle real close to each other in long lines on election day

Weegy: The coat-tail effect takes place when: b. a strong candidate attracts people to their party.
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User: People who tend to vote a straight ticket should be sure to vote in the primary election because a. the outcome of that election will dictate whom they will vote for in the general election. b. they need to show their loyalty to their party. c. otherwise independent voters will have too much impact on the primary process. d. it is best to avoid a runoff primary.

Weegy: People who tend to vote a straight ticket should be sure to vote in the primary election because A. the outcome of that election will dictate whom they will vote for in the general election.
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