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In 2004, which state was the key battleground state in the presidential election between George Bush and John Kerry? A. Texas B. Florida C. Oregon D. Ohio
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User: In 2004, which state was the key battleground state in the presidential election between George Bush and John Kerry? A. Texas B. Florida C. Oregon D. Ohio

Weegy: In 2004, FLORIDA was the key battleground state in the presidential election between George Bush and John Kerry.


User: Which of the following is not used by states to determine which delegates will attend the national convention? A. primary B. referendum C. caucus D. convention

Weegy: Referendum is not used by states to determine which delegates will attend the national convention.
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User: What is one proposed reform to the presidential primary system? A. allow Congress to determine the presidential candidates B. alternate the order of primaries giving all states an opportunity to go first C. eliminate the presidential primary system altogether D. put all state primaries and caucuses on the same day

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