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selecting and supporting candidates who run for elected office

encouraging citizens to vote

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The goat
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correct
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It’s wrong.. the right answer was :D. Informing
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The 1st answer is correct.
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informing the public about candidates and issues

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thanks :D
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i really like caca
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Thank you!!

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* nominate ppl to run for public office * have to do political parties campaign for candidates both for general and special elections * encourage volenteers and campaign * participate in party activites and conduct registration drives * play important role in organizing government * help to staff government by recommending qualified candidates for positions that need to be filled

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A political party is a group of individuals with broad common interests who organize in order to nominate candidates for office, win elections, conduct government, and determine public policy, both at the state and national level. The most organized political parties are found at the state level. But both state and national political parties provide the following for the citizens of the nation:

1. Recruiting candidates to run for office and to present the goals and ideals of the political party.

2. By campaigning, educate the public on the issues of the day and how that particular party plans to meet those issues.

3. Operating the government. Parties play a key role in running and staffing the branches of the government. Both Congress and state legislatures carry on their work on the basis of party affiliation. Party leaders make sure the members support the party's position when it comes time to vote on a bill.

4. Parties dispense favors, known as patronage, to reward party loyalists. The favors include jobs, contracts, and appointments to positions in government.

5. The party out of office must act as "the loyal opposition" and assume the role of "watchdog" over the party in power.

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Informing the public about candidates about issues.

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Canvassing neighborhoods

Getting out the vote

Informing the public aboout issues (apex)

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βˆ™ 11y ago

Organize rallies

Go to government meeting

Ask survey questions

All of the above 💋

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Encouraging citizens to vote

APEX

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