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Which of the following describes how primary elections affect a candidate's personal policy agenda?
They force a candidate to move to the center of the political spectrum.
They encourage a candidate to focus on explaining his stance on foreign policy.
They provide the support of the political machine through extensive advertising of his views.
They force the candidate to prioritize policies favored by party activist.
They allow him to spend expensive time explaining his policy goals.