In general, you would expect the platform of a political party to A. determine the outcome of a general election. B. guide the political issues of the party's candidate. C. consist of party leaders called planks. D. lead to a national convention.
In general, you would expect the platform of a political party to guide the political issues of the party's candidate.
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