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The ____ is a party nominating election in which any qualified voter can participate. User: A primary in which candidates are not labeled by party is known as a a. runoff primary. b. direct primary. c. nonpartisan primary. d. blanket primary.
Weegy: A primary in which candidates are not labeled by a party is known as a nonpartisan primary. User: Which of the following processes is considered the least democratic when a candidate is being nominated? a. caucus. b. convention. c. direct primary. d. petition. User: Compared with the caucus and convention methods, the number of people who can participate in choosing candidates through the direct primary is a. about the same. b. very small. c. much greater. d. much less. (More)
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The Open primary is a party nominating election in which any qualified voter can participate.
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Compared with the caucus and convention methods, the number of people who can participate in choosing candidates through the direct primary is much greater.

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For providing optimum security, the best voting device is considered by many to be a. the voting booth. b. vote-by-mail. c. online voting. d. EDP-based voting.
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For providing optimum security, the best voting device is considered by many to be the voting booth.
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Money is an indispensable campaign resource because a. special interest groups have more money than political parties. b. wealthy contributors win all elections. c. it allows candidates to make themselves known to the public. d. candidates might otherwise try to buy their way into office.
Weegy: b. wealthy contributors win all elections. User: Which of the following is NOT a federal law governing political campaign financing? a. A person can give no more than $25,000 a year to a federal candidate. b. No PAC can give more than $5,000 to any one federal candidate in an election. c. A person can spend no more than $1,000 in an election on behalf of a candidate without that candidate's permission. d. A PAC can give up to $15,000 to a political party in an election. Weegy: B) DEBATING THE ISSUES WITH THE OPPOSING CANDIDATE User: Which of the following BEST describes a major motivation of contributors to political campaigns? a. Money fuels democracy. b. Politics is charity for government. c. Money = influence. d. Let’s lighten the candidate’s load. Weegy: c. Money = influence BEST describes a major motivation of contributors to political campaigns. [ ] User: In 2000, George W. Bush could legally spend more than the FEC limit of $40.5 million in the preconvention period because a. his father was a former President. b. his opponent, Al Gore, agreed to the higher limit. c. he did not accept FEC money during that period. d. a minor party candidate had entered the race, thus voiding this FEC limit. Weegy: In 2000, George W. Bush could legally spend more than the FEC limit of $40.5 million in the preconvention period because: C. HE DID NOT ACCEPT FEC MONEY DURING THAT PERIOD. User: A large percentage of the money spent on political campaigns during the 1980s and 1990s came from a. unregulated soft money. b. regulated soft money. c. unregulated hard money. d. preconvention funds. Weegy: A large percentage of the money spent on political campaigns during the 1980s and 1990s came from unregulated soft funds. User: The primary election process is really just a way of reducing the number of people who will run in the general election. true or false User: This ballot has such an enormous amount of information on it that it might be difficult to ... (More)
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This political party in the state of Arizona conducted a primary election, in 2000, online through the Internet. a. Republicans c. Democrats b. Greens d. Independents
Weegy: Arizona state had a successful experience with Internet voting in 2000. (More)
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C. DEMOCRATS in the state of Arizona conducted a primary election, in 2000, online through the Internet.
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csnyder, please read questions carefully. This was a multiple choice question and you didn't answer it.
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This political party in the state of Arizona conducted a primary election, in 2000, online through the Internet. a. Republicans c. Democrats b. Greens d. Independents
Weegy: c. Democrat in the state of Arizona conducted a primary election, in 2000, online through the Internet. (More)
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