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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 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 10 French Revolution
The right to vote:
  1. plebiscite
  2. suffrage
  3. women's voting rights of 1920
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 12 US Government
The right to vote.
  1. Gerrymandering
  2. Soft money
  3. Franchise
  4. Hard Money
Grade 4 Reconstruction
What did the Reconstruction Act do?
  1. it allowed men to vote
  2. It allowed African American men to vote
  3. it allowed women to vote
Grade 11 Progressive Era

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In the Progressive Era what is meant by "suffrage"?
  1. The right for women to vote.
  2. For men to vote in more than one precinct.
  3. For foreign nationals to vote.
Grade 9 Democratic Foundations
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 8 Jacksonian Era
What did suffrage mean during the "Jacksonian Democracy"?
  1. the right for ALL white male citizens to vote
  2. the right for ALL Americans to vote
  3. the right for ALL African Americans to vote
  4. the right for ALL women to vote
Grade 12 US Government
Voting for candidates from one party is called what?
  1. Split-ticket voting
  2. Straight ticket voting
  3. Party Identification
Grade 10 US Government
In order for a democracy to be a direct democracy, laws must be:
  1. written down
  2. freely debated
  3. voted on by citizens
  4. voted on by representatives
Grade 3 US Government
Grade 6 US Laws and Amendments
The right to vote is known as....
  1. civil rights
  2. Bill of Rights
  3. suffrage
  4. Freedom Rights
Grade 8 Defining Words
Grade 10 Vocabulary
to give voting rights
  1. plagiarism
  2. covert
  3. placid
  4. enfranchise
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