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Katherine Harris: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Katherine Harris (born April 5, 1957, ________) is an American Republican politician, former Secretary of State of Florida, and former member of the United States House of Representatives.
Monroe County, FloridaCudjoe Key, FloridaKey West, FloridaStock Island, Florida

Question 2: She has voted in favor of granting legal status to fetuses via the ________.
John KerryUnborn Victims of Violence ActAbortionUnited States

Question 3: In the first few days after the primary, a number of Republican nominees such as ________ and Tom Lee went on a statewide unity tour with Gov.
Bobby JindalDavid PatersonCharlie CristRick Perry

Question 4: Harris certified that the Republican candidate, then-Texas Governor George W. Bush, had defeated the Democratic candidate, then-Vice President ________, in the popular vote of Florida and thus certified the Republican slate of electors.
Joe LiebermanLloyd BentsenAl GoreBill Clinton

Question 5: The decision allowed Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris's previous certification of ________ as the winner of Florida's electoral votes to stand.
George H. W. BushGeorge W. BushRonald ReaganDick Cheney

Question 6: That decision was reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court in ________.
George W. BushBush v. GoreUnited States presidential election, 2000Bush v. Palm Beach County Canvassing Board

Question 7: Martinez went on to narrowly beat challenger ________.
Judy GenshaftBetty CastorW. Reece Smith Jr.John S. Allen

Question 8: In May 2006, Florida Governor ________ questioned Harris's ability to win the general election and encouraged others to challenge her in the primary.
Jeb BushJoe LiebermanGeorge W. BushCharlie Crist

Question 9: She says her faith is “the most important thing in my life.”[5] Harris grew up in the Presbyterian Church in America (she has criticized the ________ for being "more liberal"[5]).
PresbyterianismFundamentalist–Modernist ControversyPresbyterian Church (U.S.A.)Protestantism

Question 10: Gore held that the Florida Supreme Court's method for recounting ballots was a violation of the ________ of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Due processEqual Protection ClauseFirst Amendment to the United States ConstitutionSecond Amendment to the United States Constitution
















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