1. This is the oldest form of the nominating process in American politics. First used in colonial times, it is most often found in small towns. A. Caucus B. Convention C. Self-Announcement D. Primary. U.S./ Va. Gov: Reading Quiz #5 : 10 points .
2. First used towards the end of the colonial period this nomination process is a meeting of like-minded people who meet to select a candidate. A. CaucusB. ConventionC. Self-AnnouncementD. Primary
This is a nominating election in which candidates are not identified by party labels.
A. Nonpartisan primaryB. Open primaryC. Blanket primaryD. None of the above
This support is confirmed by a signature. Candidates must accumulate a set amount of signatures.
A. Signature Column methodB. Petition methodC. Self-AnnouncementD. Primary election