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A candidate or party with the most votes cast in an election, though not necessarily more than half, is known as a:
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User: If ultimate governmental authority rests in the hands of a central government, that is a

User: A candidate or party with the most votes cast in an election, though not necessarily more than half, is known as a:

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If ultimate governmental authority rests in the hands of a central government, that is a Unitary system.

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A candidate or party with the most votes cast in an election, though not necessarily more than half, is known as Plurality.
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A political system in which a constitution divides power between a central government and state governments and where each exercises some authority over citizens is called:
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A political system in which a constitution divides power between a central government and state governments and where each exercises some authority over citizens is called Federalism.
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The framers of the Constitution agreed that the president should be elected by the electoral college.
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