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Which of the following best explains why the "recall" provision was an important election reform?
a) it allows voters to remember what measures are on the ballot.
b) it allows for removal of an elected offical from office.
c) it allows a vote on a measure again if the vote was close.
d) it allows voters to bring an elected official back after the term of office has expired.

it think it's c

C. isn't the correct answer. Please check this site to learn about how voters can remove an elected local official from office.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recall_election

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