government

the votes of the electorate are called the
a. electoral college vote
b. direct vote
c. popular vote
d. primary vote
a.

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asked by jere
  1. Sorry, Minny and Jere, a. is not the correct answer.

    The electorate is the people who vote. Please check your book for the right answer.

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    posted by Ms. Sue

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