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Grade 12 US Government
This process makes it possible to vote by mail.
  1. Direct Voting
  2. Stamp Voting
  3. Absentee Voting
  4. Mandatory Voting
Grade 9 Democratic Foundations
Grade 12 Democratic Foundations
The Sherman Plan passed by how many votes in the convention:
  1. two votes
  2. four votes
  3. three votes
  4. one vote
Grade 2 Vocabulary
Votes mean:
  1. your opinion
  2. choices made in an election
  3. claims that cannot be taken away
  4. to deny
Grade 10 French Revolution
The right to vote:
  1. plebiscite
  2. suffrage
  3. women's voting rights of 1920
Grade 12 US Government
The right to vote.
  1. Gerrymandering
  2. Soft money
  3. Franchise
  4. Hard Money
Grade 4 Executive Branch
If a President disagrees with a bill he can choose to
  1. veto it.
  2. vote for it.
  3. change it.
  4. tell the country to not vote for it.
Grade 5 US Government
The vote of individual citizens is                .
  1. democracy
  2. popular vote
  3. economy
  4. electoral vote
Grade 2 US Government
Grade 1 Vocabulary CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.1.4
become different
  1. act
  2. change
  3. choose
  4. vote
Grade 4 Executive Branch
If a President disagrees with a bill he can choose to
  1. veto it
  2. vote for it
  3. throw it away
  4. tell the country to not vote for it
Grade 5 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 2 US Government
Grade 9 US History
A Naturalized citizen of the US can do everything EXCEPT:
  1. vote
  2. drive
  3. be a senator
  4. be president
Grade 3 US Laws and Amendments
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