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Q: To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to a. register. b. be able to read and write. c. pay a poll tax. d. be a natural-born citizen.
A: To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to register.
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User: To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to a. register. b. be able to read and write. c. pay a poll tax. d. be a natural-born citizen.

Weegy: To prevent fraudulent voting, most States require voters to register.
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User: Voter turnout among 18-year-olds a. has been consistently among the highest in the nation. b. was higher immediately after passage of the 26th Amendment, but then dropped significantly. c. was low at first, but gradually rose. d. demonstrates that this age group is more politically involved than are older Americans

Weegy: i think its b. was higher immediately after passage of the 26th Amendment, but then dropped significantly.
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User: Dividing electoral districts to limit the voting strength of a particular group is known as ____.

User: Dividing electoral districts to limit the voting strength of a particular group is known as *.

User: Dividing electoral districts to limit the voting strength of a particular group is known as .

User: The Voting Rights Act of 1965 declared that no new election laws could be enacted in any State without ____ from the Department of Justice.

User: For which of the following reasons might African Americans have been reluctant to sue States for voter discrimination? a. gerrymandering b. lack of cause c. longstanding patterns of violence and threats against African Americans d. low voter turnout throughout the South

Weegy: For which of the following reasons might African Americans have been reluctant to sue States for voter discrimination? c. longstanding patterns of violence and threats against African Americans
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User: People who do not believe their actions can affect politics have no sense of ____.

Weegy: political efficacy.
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User: Based on voter turnout statistics, it is clear that many people a. believe voting is too time consuming. b. have never voted. c. find voting for President more important than voting for members of Congress. d. tend to vote in off-year elections if the ballot is not too long.

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