government

posted by .

why are voting machines used?

a. to eliminate the election process
b. to increase the number of persons needed to administer elections
c. to minimize vote-counting errors
d. to encourave manual vote counting

i think its c.

  • government -

    Jere,

    You are correct and I know that you were frequently correct in your other answers.

  • government -

    thanx

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. COLONIAL VOTING

    I NEED SOME INFO ON COLONIAL VOTING. I HAVE THIS REPORT TO DO. HERE ARE SOME QUESTIONS. WHO GOT TO VOTE?
  2. Voting Question

    Which is true? 1.People are more likely to vote in presidential elections than they are to vote in congressional elections. (or) 2.People are more likely to try to persuade how someone else will vote than they are to read about campaigns
  3. Government

    Generally, a large segment of the electorate a. does not realize the critical importance of the nominating process b. turns out to vote in primary elections c. understands the importance of primary elections d. goes to the polls to …
  4. government

    the votes of the electorate are called the a. electoral college vote b. direct vote c. popular vote d. primary vote a.
  5. Elementary Mathematics 2

    Counting by ones, counting by tens, and counting by groups and singles: I was rather curious about how these methods of counting can be used to coordinate concepts and oral and written names for numbers.
  6. History

    If the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments, which were passed almost 100 years earlier, guaranteed that African-Americans had the right to vote, why was legislation such as The Voting Rights Act of 1965 necessary?
  7. US Government

    Non-voting is a huge problem in the US because... A)many Americans think voting does not make a difference. B)most voters think that all elections are of equal importance. C)many illegal aliens vote. D)most Americans do not believe …
  8. government

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

    In a recent election for class president, Monika received 7 of the 10 votes and Alfred received 3 of the 10 votes that were cast by the class. When the machine was counting the votes, it malfunctioned and instead of giving the vote …
  10. U.S. Government

    1. Amendment -- gave all men the right to vote regardless of race. - 15?

More Similar Questions