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69)In the early twentieth century, candidates in Texas running for statewide office couldhave extremely inconsistent messages depending where they were campaigning in thestate. Why? 69) A)traditional political cultureB)individual political cultureC)lack of a statewide pressD)Texas's diversity 70)Special elections in Texas:70) 13
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71)Why has the Catholic vote in Texas migrated from the Democratic Party to theRepublican Party? 71) 72)When political parties are weak, it can lead to what type of system?72) 73)The Texas presidential preference primary is held in what month?73) A)AprilB)MarchC)MayD)February 74)The Texas Election Code has its most profound impact on political party activity inwhat area(s)? 74) 75)Attempts to discuss topics of interest with a member of the legislature in anambush-style meeting in the public hallways outside a legislative chamber is theoriginal form of what's still known as 75) 76)Which category of PAC spent the most money in the 2012 Texas election cycle?76) 77)An interest group that appears to have many grassroots members, but in fact does nothave individual citizens as members is call what? 77) A)A "sheep's clothing" organizationB)A "Benedict Arnold" organizationC)An "astroturf" organizationD)A "007" organization 78)Which of the following is a step in the policy-making cycle?78) 79)Why are most degrees in Texas state universities limited to 120 hours?79) 14
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80)Texas's incarceration rate is80)
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