Civics

You pick up a newspaper and are disappointed to find that part of the headline is missing. It reads, "Youngest candidates ever! Presidential candidate is __________; candidate for Senate is __________." Complete the headline by filling in the blanks.

20;25

25;30

35;30

30;40

I think c. Please help!

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  1. I agree.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 25,30

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