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Question 1: Incumbents also easier access to ________, as well as government resources (such as the franking privilege) that can be indirectly used to boost a campaign.
Political campaignElection promiseCampaign financeAttack ad

Question 2: For example, in the ________, George W. Bush was the incumbent, because he was the president in the current term while the election sought to determine the president for the following term.
Democratic Party (United States) presidential primaries, 2004United States Senate elections, 2004United States presidential election, 2004United States presidential election, 2004 timeline

Question 3: This term is usually used in reference to ________, in which races can often be defined as being between an incumbent and non-incumbent(s).
GerrymanderingElectionReferendumElectoral reform

Question 4: Unseating an incumbent president, senator or other figure during a ________ is very difficult.
New HampshirePrimary electionUnited StatesRepublican Party (United States) presidential primaries, 2008

Question 5: The incumbent, in ________, is the existing holder of a political office.
Political philosophyPolitical partyPoliticsIdeology

Question 6: In the ________, incumbents traditionally win their party's nomination to run for office.
AlaskaUnited StatesCanadaPhilippines

Question 7: In general, incumbents have structural advantages over challengers during ________.
Electoral reformGerrymanderingElectionReferendum

Question 8: ________
List of heads of state by diplomatic precedenceList of state leaders by dateList of current heads of state and governmentLists of office-holders


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