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Which political party favored a limited federal government and wanted a Bill of Rights in the Constitution? a. Whig Party c. Independent Party b. Anti-Federalists d. Federalists User: How has federalism impacted political parties? a. Federalism has had no positive or negative effects on political parties. c. Federalism has allowed political parties to have great influence because there are about half a million elected officials within the United ...
Weegy: The answer is b. Federalism has made political parties obsolete. User: Political parties hold national conventions for a number of reasons but nominate candidates for only these positions. a. President & Congress c. Vice-President & Governor b. President & Governor d. President & Vice-President Weegy: Political parties hold national conventions for a number of reasons but nominate candidates for only these positions : a. President & Congress. [ There is a series of primary elections held in the states, followed by a national convention for each party held at different places each time. The primaries commit a certain number of delegates to vote for the winner of their primary on the first ballot, but after that, they can vote however they wish. ] User: It can be argued that political parties are at their weakest a. when they cannot agree on who to nominate as their candidate. b. during the national convention. c. when their candidate is elected President. d. all of the above (More)
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In the 1960s these people gained the franchise. a. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory of Guam c. the eligible residents of Washington D.C. b. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico d. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory in the Virgin Islands User: The expansion of suffrage to African Americans took place in two stages, one that granted suffrage in ____ and one that accomplished suffrage in _____. a. the North/the ...
Weegy: Full suffrage was finally granted to ... for rights on two fronts. One was the legal and political ... [ to advance the rights of African Americans and ... ] User: All of the following improved voting rights in the 1960s EXCEPT: a. the passage of the 23rd Amendment c. the enacting, by Congress, of the 1965 Voting Rights law b. the passage of the 24th Amendment d. the 1968 Open Housing law Weegy: all of the following improved voting rights in the 1960s exceptd. the 1968 open housing law (More)
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In the 1960s these people gained the franchise, c. the eligible residents of Washington D.C.
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The expansion of suffrage to african americans took place in two stages, one that granted suffrage in THEORY and one that accomplished suffrage in FACT.
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The reason for voter registration is to: a. prevent fraud c. meet constitutional requirements b. keep a record of all residents d. meet court ordered requirements
Weegy: The reason for voter registration is to: a. prevent fraud. User: All of the following improved voting rights in the 1960s EXCEPT: a. the passage of the 23rd Amendment c. the enacting, by Congress, of the 1965 Voting Rights law b. the passage of the 24th Amendment d. the 1968 Open Housing law Weegy: All of the following improved voting rights in the 1960s EXCEPT: D. the 1968 Open Housing law. (More)
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The most expensive item in a typical campaign budget is a. travel. b. print advertisements. c. television advertisements. d. professional campaign managers.
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The most expensive item in a typical campaign budget is: television advertisements.
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Why are PACs influential in campaign funding? a. The monies are given to the candidate who supports their issue. c. The monies are sold to the highest bidder, who can do the most good. b. The monies are divided up to every candidate that supports their issue. d. The monies are donated to a charity of the candidate’s choice.
Weegy: a. The monies are given to the candidate who supports their issue. 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: 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: Campaign contributions to a presidential candidate can a. come from any foreign country. b. be for any amount of money. c. all be made anonymously. d. be made by any American. Weegy: D. Campaign contributions to a presidential candidate can be made by any American. 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: c. [ A person can spend no more than $1,000 in an election on behalf of a candidate without that candidate's permission- -is NOT a federal law governing political campaign financing. ] ... (More)
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