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What was the name of the writer for the New Republic who got caught fabricating news stories? A. Jack Kelley B. Jayson Blair C. William F. Buckley D. Stephen Glass
Stephen Glass was the name of the writer for the New Republic who got caught fabricating news stories.
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Votes from which two states were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon? A. Illinois / Texas B. New York / Florida C. California / Iowa D. Georgia / Washington
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Votes from Illinois / Texas were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

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Despite winning the popular vote, who lost the election of 2000? A. George W. Bush B. Al Gore C. Bob Dole D. Bill Clinton
Weegy: Despite winning the popular vote, Al Gore lost the election of 2000. (More)
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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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In 2004, OHIO was the key battleground state in the presidential election between George Bush and John Kerry.
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When an elector in the Electoral College does not vote for the candidate they pledged to support, this elector is known as A. a faithless elector. B. a party traitor. C. an independent elector. D. an insurgent elector.
Weegy: When an elector in the Electoral College does not vote for the candidate they pledged to support, this elector is known as a faithless elector. (More)
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What are the two most common forms of direct primaries? A. open and closed B. internal and external C. silent and closed D. public and private
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Open and closed are the most common forms of direct primaries.
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