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Thinking about federalism and the how power is distributed between multiple levels of government

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Thinking about federalism and the how power is distributed between multiple levels ofgovernment, including the federal and state level, IDENTIFY CURRENT FEDERAL ANDTEXAS LAWS THAT REGULATE ELECTIONS, SUCH AS THOSE THAT PROVIDE FORDETERMINING ELECTORAL PROCESSES, ELIGIBILITY TO PARTICIPATE IN ANELECTION, SELECTION METHODS, WINNING REQUIREMENTS, CANDIDATEQUALIFICATIONS, DETERMINING WHEN AND WHERE ELECTION IS HELD.Discussinconsistencies and provide some possible examples to explain the potential effects these couldhave on electoral outcomes, of who is deemed winner, and ultimately achieving democraticrepresentation of the appropriate people (constituents) who will be electorally linked andimpacted by the winner of a political office.The united states government use the federalism system of governance, this means that they are ashared governance between the national government and state. The both government acts on

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