Read the scenario below and answer the question that follows. you are the secretary of

Read the scenario below and answer the question that follows. you are the secretary of state in the state of texas, and it is your job to oversee election results. in a presidential election, 33 percent of the votes in texas were cast for candidate a and 66 percent were cast for candidate b. how would your state's electoral votes be distributed? a. candidate a will receive 1/3 of the votes, and candidate b will receive 2/3. b. candidate a will receive all of the state's electoral votes. c. candidate b will receive 1/3 of the votes, and candidate a will receive 2/3. d. candidate b will receive all of the state's electoral votes.

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  1. The winner-takes-all rule says that if the candidate receives a majority of the popular vote or a plurality of the popular vote  (that is less tha 50% but more than any other candidate), takes all of the state´s electoral vote, then the answer is  D.- Candidate B will receive all of the state´s electoral votes.

  2. Not sure if it’s within 12 months, but you could talk about the spreading of alt-right hate speech and whether that is covered by the right of freedom of speech? or, cover how during the midterm elections in some states many native american populations were declined to vote because they didn’t have the proper id, despite being citizens? also, the death of that journalist last month, who spoke freely and reported about the saudi government and how corrupted it is and was killed because of that (lack of free press/speech). just some ideas for this prompt, i hope at least one of them : )

  3. geography

    this is because warmer climates often don't get people sick from the flu and regions where it was often colder more people received the flu. hope this if you need more reasoning i am here to

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