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Choosing presidential candidates became more democratic when political parties began to hold __________________ that included delegates from each state.

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    We'll be happy to check what YOU THINK.

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    I think it's nomination convention.

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    If you are to choose one word, choose "conventions" -- plural, to fit the meaning of the sentence.

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