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United States Senate election in Illinois, 2004: Quiz

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Question 1: Five years later, when Ryan's Senate campaign began, the ________ newspaper and WLS-TV, the local ABC affiliate, sought to have the records released.
Sam ZellLos Angeles TimesChicago CubsChicago Tribune

Question 2: He was also a proponent of ________, an approach that stresses accountability in education and the freedom to choose which public school one's children attend.
Charter schoolHuman rightsSchool voucherSchool choice

Question 3: Following the ________, Keyes refused to call Obama to congratulate him.
GerrymanderingElectoral reformElectionReferendum

Question 4: ________, Illinois state senator
Barack ObamaJohn Edwards2008 Democratic National Convention2004 Democratic National Convention

Question 5: Barack Obama, a member of the ________ since 1997 and an unsuccessful 2000 Democratic primary challenger to four-term incumbent U.S.
Illinois General AssemblyKansas SenateIllinois SenateGeorgia General Assembly

Question 6: Senator-elect
________
Democratic
Barack Obama2008 Democratic National Convention2004 Democratic National ConventionJohn Edwards

Question 7: ________ for Rush's U.S House seat, launched a campaign committee at the beginning of July 2002 to run for the U.S.
Jesse Jackson, Jr.Melissa BeanDanny K. DavisBobby Rush

Question 8: ________ announced she would not seek a rematch with U.S.
Dick GephardtJoe LiebermanCarol Moseley BraunWesley Clark

Question 9:
United States Senate election in Illinois, 2004, United States Senate election in Illinois, 2010 and United States Senate election in Illinois, 2004 are all:
Barack Obama Use mdy dates from August 2010 United States Senate elections in Illinois United States Senate elections, 2004

Question 10: The election was the first in which both major party candidates were ________, and the 43% margin was the largest in Illinois history in a U.S.
African American cultureAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African AmericanGreat Migration (African American)







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