government

posted by .

a person who votes in the presidential election but does not vote for a congressional candidate in the same election is known as:

a. a "cannot-voter"
b. a "nonvoting voter"
c. an independent voter
d. an actual nonvoter.

i think its d.

  • government -

    I'm not sure about this one. Can you find these terms defined in your textbook?

  • government -

    its b.

  • government -

    Didja,

    You'll need to back that up. Where did you get your information?

    ??

  • government -

    Of the choices, I agree d. The person actually did not vote in the congressional election. The nonvoting voter is refering to in b as a person who claimed after the election to have voted, but in fact, did not.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Econ MC

    1. According to the median voter theorem, majority rule will a. always produce an inconclusive outcome. b. produce the outcome least preferred by the median voter. c. produce the outcome most preferred by the median voter. d. produce …
  2. Government

    What is a nonpartisan election? Is it either a voter who votes undicided or when the election does not have distinct parties?
  3. 6th grademath

    this is a word problem:the country of hoffnemath is holding its presidential election this week. there three candidates(a,b,c,) and each eligible voter can vote for two of them. the candidate with the most total votes wins the election. …
  4. Information Technology

    The Election Commission has mandated that you design a spreadsheet that will accept pertinent datd on constituencies and candidates votes and generate information that would enable the outcome of the elections to be divulged to the …
  5. American Gov't--please check

    On election day, each voter is assigned to a special election district, also known as a _____. 1.)polling unit My answer2.)precinct 3.)neighborhood poll 4.)election unit
  6. Math 1330

    In a survey of 1000 eligible voters selected at random, it was found that 200 had a college degree. Additionally, it was found that 90% of those who had a college degree voted in the last presidential election, whereas 47% of the people …
  7. government

    1.what is the procedure of voter identification intended to help prevent fraudulent voting and keep the process organized?
  8. goverment help

    How does voter turnout in the United States compare to voter turnout in other democracies?
  9. maths

    there were 13426 eligible voters for a certain election one election day 8206 people cast their vote what wase the percent of voter turn out
  10. politics

    The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (Motor Voter Act): A. allows voters to register when they get their drivers’ licenses. B. had little impact upon voter turnout. C. was struck down as unconstitutional. D. Both A and B are …

More Similar Questions