American National Government

The 2000 presidential election is an example of where it is possible to

win the popular vote but not have a majority vote in the Electoral College.
become President by losing both the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary.
become President without having a recount of ballots.
replace the Electoral College with the principle of one person-one vote.

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  1. If you let us know what YOU THINK the correct answer is for each one, someone here will be able to help you.

  2. http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/national.php?year=2000

    This should help.

  3. You should gave gotten A!

  4. Control of the bureaucracy through legislative oversight is a matter of (Points : 1)
    denying Congress’ power of the purse.
    exercising the legislative veto and scalding agency heads in public sessions.
    exercising the legislative veto and its spending authority.
    scalding agency heads in public sessions.

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