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Political Parties nominate candidates to run in the general election primarily through which method?
Bed Sheet Ballot
At the LOCAL level, most candidates are nominated through
Who is in charge of creating most election laws?
The Federal Government
None of the Above
The single greatest influence on an individual’s first party identification is
Election Day is usually held in which month of the year?
Most States hold elections for State office every even-numbered year, on the _____________________ following the first Monday.
The states of Washington and _____________________ hold all its elections by mail.
In the US Election process, the acronym PAC stands for -
Primary Accountability Council
Political Action Committee
Primary Audit Council
People's Action Council
In 8 States the primary winner must receive a majority of the votes. If no one does this, then ________________ is held between the top two vote getters
If a voter cannot be present on Election Day, they can apply for a (an) _________________________ in advance and mail them before election day.
Each party is allowed to have a poll watcher at a polling place to monitor the election process. (T) (F)
Voting was once public, but now every State requires the use of a secret ballot. (T) (F)
Posters and billboards are usually the most costly expense of any campaign (T) (F)
It is estimated that in 2012, Presidential candidates spent in the neighborhood of 1.5 trillion dollars (T) (F)
Hard money is money that is given directly to the candidates. (T) (F)