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Most presidential caucuses differ from Statewide presidential primaries in all of the following ways EXCEPT the
number of States that hold caucuses.
ways in which delegates to the national convention are chosen.
main purpose for which the delegates are chosen.
number of steps taken in choosing delegates to the national convention.

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    main purpose for which the delegates are chosen.

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    number if states that hold caucuses

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