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This state had a successful experience with Internet voting in 2000. a. California c. New Mexico b. New York d. Arizona
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User: This state had a successful experience with Internet voting in 2000. a. California c. New Mexico b. New York d. Arizona

Weegy: Arizona state had a successful experience with Internet voting in 2000.
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User: MAIN IDEAS The Internet seems especially suited to satisfy which of these needs in a democracy? a. to control the lives of citizens b. to be informed about the many different institutions and policies of the government c. the need for accurate, and always reliable, information on which to base decisions d. the need for an uneducated elite to run the government

Weegy: The Internet seems especially suited to satisfy the need: b. to be informed about the many different institutions and policies of the government
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