a person who votes in the presidential election but does not vote for a congressional candidate in the same election is known as:

a. a "cannot-voter"
b. a "nonvoting voter"
c. an independent voter
d. an actual nonvoter.

i think its d.

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asked by jere
  1. I'm not sure about this one. Can you find these terms defined in your textbook?

  2. its b.

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  3. Didja,

    You'll need to back that up. Where did you get your information?


  4. Of the choices, I agree d. The person actually did not vote in the congressional election. The nonvoting voter is refering to in b as a person who claimed after the election to have voted, but in fact, did not.

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