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Name a Valid Answer - U.S. Politics
Name any answer which matches each of the questions relating to the government and politics of the United States.
Last updated: December 21, 2020
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March 2, 2020
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Political Parties of Presidents
Democrat | Republican | Whig | Federalist | National Union...
Andrew Johnson | Bill Clinton | Donald Trump
States that didn't Vote for Reagan in 1980
Minnesota | Georgia | West Virginia | Maryland | Hawaii...
Three Major Branches of Government
Executive | Legislative | Judicial
Rights Protected by the First Ammendment
Religion | Speech | Press | Assembly | Petition the Government
Current Supreme Court Justices
Sonia Sotomayor | Amy Barrett | Brett Kavanaugh | Clarence Thomas | John Roberts...
Florida | Iowa | North Carolina | Ohio | Georgia...
States using Ranked-Choice Voting for Presidential Elections
Countries Without US Embassies
Guinea-Bissau | Kiribati | Tuvalu | Vanuatu | Bhutan...
States Admitted to the Union after 1900
Oklahoma | New Mexico | Arizona | Alaska | Hawaii
Permanently Inhabited Territories
American Samoa | Guam | Northern Mariana Islands | Puerto Rico | U.S. Virgin Islands
Presidents Who Got Less than 50% of the Vote
John Adams | Abraham Lincoln | Donald Trump | George W. Bush | Bill Clinton...
States with 3 Electoral College Votes
Alaska | Delaware | Montana | North Dakota | South Dakota...
John Adams | Aaron Burr | Dick Cheney | Joe Biden | Mike Pence...
States that have Caucuses
Iowa | Nevada | North Dakota | Wyoming | Kentucky
States with Split Electoral Votes
Nebraska | Maine
States that do not have Counties
Alaska | Louisiana
Presidents Who were not Members of the Two Main Parties
George Washington | John Adams | Thomas Jefferson | James Monroe | Andrew Johnson...
States that were Independent Nations
Texas | Vermont | Hawaii
Mar 2, 2020
I put Robert instead of Roberts on the Supreme Court Justices :'(
Mar 3, 2020
Good quiz. Didn't know that Maine used ranked-choice voting.
Mar 3, 2020
Hopefully they will be joined by others soon! :)
May 6, 2020
It's on the ballot this year in Alaska & Massachusetts!
Sep 22, 2020
RIP Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Sep 22, 2020
RIP. I'll update the quiz whenever a new justice is chosen.
Oct 26, 2020
Which is now.
Nov 11, 2020
California was also an independent republic briefly
Dec 15, 2020
You classify Colorado & Virginia as swing state but not Ohio?
Dec 21, 2020
This question was based on
, which was recently updated. I've made the corresponding changes to mine as well.
Mar 20, 2021
Good quiz! *Amendment
Apr 16, 2021
There is California Republic, West Florida, and South Carolina (When it was the first state to secede before the Civil War) for independent nations
Jul 19, 2021
Sorry - this quiz is disqualified from the first question. There is no "Democrat" party, and never was.
Nov 30, 2021
Nov 30, 2021
Dunno if you want to update for a couple things including the states with 3 ECVs and if you want to include Alaska for the RCV one since they passed a proposition in 2020 to have it.
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