1. In which case in 1976 did the Supreme Court uphold limits on contributions but not to impose restrictions on the amount of personal money a candidate could spend on a campaign?
- Buckley v. Valeo
- Plessy v. Ferguson
- Roe v. Wade
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2. What do Bawn et al. call it when politicians exploit the complexities of politics, knowing that voters cannot reasonably ascertain all policy positions?
- electoral blind spot
- conditional party government
3. Who argues that both parties have become more nationalised because they are constituents of the national party and because regional disparities in electoral success have been decreasing?
- Gibson et al 1983
- Huckshorn et al 1986
- Freeman 1986
4. Who argues that voters appear polarized because the political arena offers mainly polarized choices but that voter preferences remain moderate?
5. In Utah what percent of the state party convention vote must a candidate receive to be automatically nominated?