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6/26/2020 Review Test Submission: Quiz Nine – 2020SU-GOVT-2306-75400 1/13 Review Test Submission: Quiz Nine 2020SU-GOVT-2306-75400 2020SU Texas Government (GOVT-2306-75400) Lessons/Assignments/Tests ... Lesson 10: Voting and Political Participation in Texas Chapter 9 Review Test Submission: Quiz Nine User Warren Murphy Course 2020SU Texas Government (GOVT-2306-75400) Test Quiz Nine Started 6/22/20 2:11 PM Submitted 6/22/20 2:38 PM Due Date 7/1/20 11:59 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 52.5 out of 60 points Time Elapsed 26 minutes Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Incorrectly Answered Questions Question 1 Selected Answer: Which state does NOT limit the voting rights of persons convicted of a felony? Question 2 applied only to racial minorities. was replaced by a permanent registration system. The annual registration system for Texas voters was replaced by a permanent registration system. was abolished at the same time as the poll tax. applied only to racial minorities. was replaced by a permanent registration system. My DCCCD Community My Server Courses 1.5 out of 1.5 points 1.5 out of 1.5 points Warren Murphy 27
6/26/2020 Review Test Submission: Quiz Nine – 2020SU-GOVT-2306-75400 only applied to white primaries. Question 3 Selected Answer: How does Texas compare to the rest of the country in terms of percentage of eligible voters who actually vote? below average about average
2/13 upheld property quali±cations for bond elections. required Texas schools to desegregate.
below average a bit above average well above average Question 4 Given your understanding of voter turnout, which of the following do you suspect will see the lowest turnout? an incumbent Democrat state legislator running unopposed in the
primary
an incumbent Republican state legislator running unopposed in primary an open seat with a Democrat and Republican vying for the seat in the respective primaries an incumbent Democrat state legislator running unopposed in the primary an incumbent Republican state legislator being in the primary Question 5 The Supreme Court's 1944 Smith v. Allwright decision outlawed white primaries.
outlawed white primaries.

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