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Politics A county clerk in Essex County, New Jersey, selected candidates for positions on election ballots. Democrats were selected first in 40 of 41 ballots. Because he was supposed to use a method of random selection, Republicans claimed that instead of using randomness, he used a method that favored Democrats. Use a 0.01 significance level to test the claim that the ballot selection method favors Democrats.

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