A general election a primary election a partisan

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A general election. A primary election. A partisan cacus. All three are likely to have the same rate of turnout.
4 points Question 21 1. In order to vote in Texas, a person must:
4 points Question 22 1. Which expansions of suffrage (the right to vote) were expected to help Democrats?
4 points Question 23 1. Campaigning in Texas is expensive because:
4 points Question 24
1. Every democratic political system has a _____________ procedure to distinguish qualified voters from those who are ineligible because of immaturity, lack of citizenship, mental incapacity, or other reasons. voting qualification tallying voter registration
4 points Question 25 1. If I receive the Republican party's nomination in a primary election (with more than fifty percent of the vote), but the party organization does not want me to be their nominee, they can:

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