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11. Presidential candidates who accept public financing cannot accept private donations after winning the nomination of their party. A. True B. False 12. A governor's duties include all of the following EXCEPT A. interpreting state laws. B. appointing state officials. C. drawing up state budgets. D. carrying out state laws. 13. Municipalities are forbidden by their state government to own property or make contracts. A. True B. False 14. The main job of local government is to A. provide tax revenue to the federal government. B. arrest criminals. C. provide services for citizens. D. propose laws to the state legislature. 15. Since the creation of the United States, the states have never acted as independent countries. A. True B. False 16. Which of the following is not typically a county official? A. Sheriff B. Lieutenant governor C. County clerk D. District attorney 17. You live under A. one level of government. B. two levels of government. C. three levels of government. D. four levels of government. 18. One purpose of political parties is to A. cast electoral votes. B. set the age for voting. C. administer literacy tests. D. nominate candidates for public office. 19. The town form of government began in A. Washington, DC. B. the New England Colonies. C. the western states. D. the southern colonies. 20. The federal government has all authority over education. A. True B. False

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If you check the box on you income tax form yes to give how many dollars you want to the general pool of the presidental election, that is law and commonly accepted by the candidate with the least media time. Once you accept money from the public till that is a donation given by the public and not a tax, then the... More
Answered By: ROBERT - 2/8/2010
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