How do Caucasus affect election?
They narrow it down to two canidates, one republican and one democrat. Then you will vote from those two people.
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The Caucasus Mountains contain two separate ranges; the GreaterCaucasus Mountains are in the north, the Lesser Caucasus Mountainsare in the south. Mount Elbrus, located in the… Greater Caucasus, isthe highest peak at 18,510 feet.
The controversy over the election drove a compromise that endedreconstruction.
Lincoln's election was the final straw for the south, and South Carolina seceded directly after. Sectionalism between the North and the South had been growing as compromises c…ontinued failing, such as the Compromise of 1850 and the Kansas-Nebraska Act. The North and the South had separate political parties. The Northern parties, which included Free Soilers and the Liberty Party, joined together and created the Republican Party, and chose Lincoln as the running candidate. The South had many different parties, so the votes in the South were spread out through many different candidates, but there were few Northern parties, so Lincoln received most of the Northern votes. The South believed that Lincoln becoming president was unconstitutional because he received the plurality of the votes and not the majority. This caused a sharp increase in Sectionalism over the issue of states' rights. South Carolina was the first state to secede, and the others followed suit. This was the breaking point for the country and the beginning of the Civil War.
the answer is 5,642 meters
if you mean the Caucus Mountains, they are in Europe (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia...)
Well, when there are different parties, there are many options to choose from when voting. That of course affects the election
It's not Caucasus absolutely wrong it's Kavkaz. I don't where in the world that Caucasus word came from. Kavkaz is how you write and pronounce it.
The North was satisfied with Lincoln's election, but with the Civil War approaching, people doubted that he could handle the strain of fighting a war. Northerners were surpris…ed to learn that Lincoln could handle the strain of the war. When he called to put down the so called "uprising" in the Southern states, the people responded enthusiastically.
there were 3 partys in this eletion whigs democrats and fre soiler the free soiler wanted no slaver in the west he can in last place for the elections
How are the caucasus nations still affected by the fact that they were once part of the former Soviet Union?
The Soviet Union decreased pollution and safety for the Caucasusregion.
Yes, I do think that mass affect static electricity because the bigger the object the more static electricity is needed to support the object against the surface. It also depe…nds on how heavy the object is, heavy or light.
In US Civil War
Well, it effected all of America. Slavery was abolished. This was a huge change for cotton plants which oprated using slaves, and gave them harsh treatement. The economy h…ad to change and owners of the plants, which were more predominiately Southern, would have to take on more costs to hire workers. The South are the states who chose to rebel and formed the Confederates. The North and South were affected by the US Civil War. End result the South lost and had to give up slavery anyways.
it lead to the creation of the 12th amendment.
How do 3 Rd parties affect.election
effectively sets up a "strong hold" for a particular party,usually the party in power
Slavery was themajor issue in the 1860 election. The Republican Party platformpromised not to interfere with slavery in the states, but opposedthe further extension of slavery… into the territories. RepublicanParty candidate Abraham Lincoln won the 1860 presidential electiondefeating John Breckinridge, John Bell and Stephen Douglas. AbrahamLincoln received 180 electoral votes from 18 of the 33 states.Abraham Lincoln did not receive electoral votes from anysouthern state. Lincoln was not on the ballot in Alabama, Arkansas,Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, SouthCarolina, Tennessee and Texas. South Carolina, Mississippi,Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas declared itssecession from the United States following the November 1860election of Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln to the U.S.presidency. The Civil War began with the Confederate attack uponFort Sumter on April 12, 1861, a Union fort in the harbor ofCharleston, South Carolina. After the Civil War began in April,Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina also declaredtheir secession and joined the Confederacy.