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Why do some candidates for president receive more media coverage than others? A. The media can only cover those viewed as legitimate contenders because there are often dozens of candidates in the
early stages of the election. B. More coverage is given to candidates who are physically attractive even if they cannot win the election. C. Candidates who have views that support the interests of the media get more coverage than those who do not. D. Those candidates who are not in the lead receive more coverage in an attempt to make sure that Americans are aware of everyone running for office.
C. Candidates who have views that support the interests of the media get more coverage than those who do not.
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