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In the 1990s several Mexican states elected who as governors?

non-PRI candidates


What did states form to settle regional issues?

Interstate compacts were formed to settle regional issues. States have to acquire the consent of Congress in order to form a compact.


What two states allow electors to divide their votes among candidates in presidential elections?

Maine and Nebraska


How are presidential electors appointed or chosen?

Most states provide by law that candidates for the office of presidential elector shall be nominated by the recognized political parties at their state level conventions. A few states authorize the state party committees to make the choice, while other leave the process to the discretion of the parties; under this system, party organizations generally choose to nominate their elector candidates by convention, or through the state party committee. Several states provide unique mechanisms for selection of elector candidates. Pennsylvania, for instance, provides that the party presidential candidate may choose the presidential elector candidates for his or her party. In California, Republicans choose recent nominees for state and federal office to serve as elector candidates, while in the Democratic Party, candidates for the office of US Representative, and the two most recent candidates for US Senate, each choose one candidate for the office of presidential elector.


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What do most states issue in order to help voters become familiar with the candidates and the issues?

election guides


What do most states issue for voters to become familiar with the candidates?

voter info or election guides


For what two reasons did States adopt residence requirements for voting?

1. to keep a political machine from importing (bribing) enough outsiders to affect the outcome of local elections (a once common practice) 2 to allow new voters at least some time to become familiar with the candidates and issues in an election


Why did the states rights become an issues in the 1820s?

Drew


Why did the American states need a stronger central government?

To become a single country & for the states to cooperate on major issues


What is the position of states in nominating presidential candidates?

In reality, states have no position in the nomination of presidential candidates other than holding legal elections. The parties determine the candidates.


What are three most familiar states of matter?

The three most familiar states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas.


When was Officer Candidates School - United States Marine Corps - created?

Officer Candidates School - United States Marine Corps - was created in 1891.


Who pays for a primary and caucus election?

the candidates


Where do the presidential candidates concentrate their campaigns -?

Candidates concentrate on what are known as swing states. These are states that polls indicate are close to even as to which candidate they will vote for, The concentration is most intense in swing states with a large number of electoral votes.


What are the characteristics of the three states of matter?

what are the characteristics of the three familiar states of matter


What are three familiar state of matter?

The three most familiar states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas.