CLEP Voting & Election Part 1 Practice Test >> Exam 1

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Date: 22/04/2019 21:36:42
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1) The most common type of a Primary election in which voters are only allowed to vote if they are registered members‚ then A/an _____________ primary certain political party.
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2) Presidential candidates cannot contribute more than__________ of their own money toward their campaign‚ spend more than ___________ in a primary election‚ or spend more than___________ in the general election‚ who accept federal matching funds from the government for their campaigns.
3) The presidential primary election and who comply with federal election spending restrictions‚ which win at least 10% of the votes are eligible for federal funds; that is‚ the federal __________government will double all campaign contributions up to $250 to the Presidential candidates.
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4) It made impossible for southern African Americans to register to vote when their fathers or grandfathers had been slaves who were not eligible to vote. This was _________ clause‚ which required voter applicants to prove that their father or grandfather had voted‚ often allowed poor‚ illiterate whites to vote.
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5) What is an open republican primary?
6) In the primary elections for legislators (Senate and House member candidates) and state officials‚ how is the winner determined?
7) What is a closed Democratic primary?
8) In certain elections‚ Voters can vote ?in an order to overturn ______ or ______that was passed by the state or local legislature in certain elections.
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9) In 1964 the tax was eliminated through the _________ Amendment to U.S. Constitution.
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10) What are the following advantages for governors who run as presidential candidates? (Pick all that apply)
11) During the Vietnam War era‚ the U.S. Constitution gave eighteen-year-old citizens the right to vote. The____________‚ ______________ Amendment (1971) was in large part passed due to student movements.
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12) Due to the women’s suffrage movement‚ this began in the 19th century and was led by women such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. The______________ Amendment to The U.S. Constitution was ratified and stated that a U.S. citizen could not be denied the right to vote because of that citizen’s sex.
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13) Who are the most likely people to vote from the following?
14) Which group has historically shown the lowest voting percentage?
15) The majority of states in which voters select the presidential candidate nominees for the subsequent general election‚ _____________election is used.
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16) The presidential candidate has been most often _____________ background.
17) In 1870‚ the U.S. Constitution was ratified and the _________ Amendment stated that a U.S. citizen could not be denied the right to vote as the basis of race‚ color‚ or previous servitude (slavery).
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18) The presidential primary election in some state had sought to move the date in order to increase the significance to the results of the election__________ in those states.
19) What was the focus of the universal manhood suffrage movement in the U.S. in the early to mid 19th century.
20) When voters are most likely to vote in an election?
21) Who can vote in all primary elections registered as______voters?
22) Voters are allowed to select one candidate per office from either political party‚ in which Washington and Alaska use _____________ primary elections.
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23) State governments make the voter registration process easier by providing voter registration services when renewing their driver’s licenses and through avenues such as driver’s license registration centers‚ schools‚ libraries‚ and mail-in registration. This was required by The National ________________‚_______________ Act of 1993.
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24) Regardless of party affiliation‚ A/an____________________ primary is a primary election in which voters from either political party (or independent voters) can vote.
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25) Why are older people‚ ages 65-74 than younger voters are most likely to vote?

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