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1. interest groups

2. research and writing of bills

3. political culture

4. mass media records

5. biased sampling

6. the federal election campaign act.

7. information

8. peer group

9. representative sample

10. random sampling

hope this helps... and double check number 4 because i think it might be poll. all the rest im sure about!

#4 is polls

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The nomination process is the process when nominating the president.

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Candidates are nominated for office by a popular vote with their parties. Once they win the vote with their parties, they are able to race against the other candidate.

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