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Chapter 4 of the State and Local Politics: Government by the People , 13 th edition , pages 59-79 [If it is true, leave it alone; if it is false, correct it] T or F Amendments to the U.S. Constitution relating to elections do not alter the central role of state constitutions and state law regarding voting rights (60) T or F The electoral process in the U.S. is not decentralized in its rules and administration (61) T or F States differ in the hours the polls are open, how they close to the voting place campaigning may be conducted, and whether they require voter registration (61) T or F Following the 2000 election (presidential), the state of Florida mandated that voting in statewide elections be computerized touch screens or ballots read by optical scanning machines (61) T or F All statewide elections are partisan, whereas no local elections for school boards, water districts, and city governments are nonpartisan (62) T or F State elections have two types of ballots: the party column ballot and the office block ballot (62- 63) Define these terms (62-63): 1. Party column ballot – 2. Straight ticket vote – 3. Office block ballot –
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