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In both houses of Congress, there are officers of each party whose job it is to convince members to vote a particular way. They are called the A. speakers. B. leaders. C. committee chairmen. D. whips.
In both houses of Congress, there are officers of each party whose job it is to convince members to vote a particular way. They are called the whips.
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In both houses of Congress, there are officers of each party whose job it is to convince members to vote a particular way. They are called the whips.
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