Pols Test 5 - 1 In Texas any party which receives at least...

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1 . In Texas, any party which receives at least 20% of the vote for governor must use primary elections to nominate their candidates for public (elected) office. Student Response Value True 100% Score: 1/1 2 .
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The Republican front-runner for the 1968 presidential election, according to a November 1967 survey was: Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. Geor ge Rom ney B. Rich ard Nixo n 100 % C. Robe rt Kenn edy D. Presi dent Johns on
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Political parties in the US are comprised of… Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. The party in the elect orate B. The party in gover nmen t C. The party organ izatio n D. All of the
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The American party system CANNOT be described Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. A 2 party syste m B. A multi ple party syste m 100 % C. A party syste m D. Boori ng!!
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Which below would NOT be considered part of a "Responsible Party System" ? Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. partie s differ acros s the board on issue s B. partie s can force mem bers of the legisl ature to vote with the party "or else"
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In the American party system, one of the problems the majority party in Congress routinely faces is… Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. Holdi ng a major ity of seats does not mean you contr ol a major ity of votes on every bill or resol ution whic h come s up for a vote 100% B.
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7 . Hubert Humphrey became the Democratic nominee for president in 1968, mostly because he did so well in the primaries that year. Student Response Value False 100% Score: 1/1 8 .
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According to your instructor (& other, more sober scholars), this party, and its antecedents, dominated the national government from 1788-1860 Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. the Repu blica n Party 0% B. the Dem ocrati c Party C. the Whig Party D. the Tory Party
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They run party headquarters, or the party bureaucracy on a daily basis Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. The elect ed party offic e- holde rs B. Citiz ens C. The party Orga nizati on 100 % D. The Gove
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According to your instructor (and others) these folks are effectively "extinct" Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. Com passi onate conse rvati ves B. Sout hern Whit e Dem ocrat s 100 % C. The Foun ding Fathe rs D.
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1 1 . Parties are prohibited from running candidates for municipal and special district elections in Texas, due to a 1913 change in the Texas constitution. Student Response Value True 100% Score: 1/1 1 2 .
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Political Science Scholars, at least according to your professor, tend to like political parties more than interest groups in part due to the fact that… Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. Partie s repre sent a broad er range of intere sts than intere st group s 100% B. Politi cal partie s are not corru pt in any way, intere
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rights and equal rights legislation ever passed in the history of the US, um, passed. It ended when the Watergate scandal gave the non-southern liberal Democrats a majority of seats in Congress. Stud
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