List Four Advantages Incumbents Have in Running for Office?


In politics, an incumbent is a person who is currently in office. When election time comes, they are campaigning for re-election. A list of four advantages incumbents have in running for office include that the timing of the election may be determined by the incumbent. In general, the incumbent has more name recognition which gives them an advantage. They have easier access to money for campaigns. Fourthly, they have easier access to government resources such as the ability to send mail without postage.
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Their ability to have their campaign expenses
The biggest is generally that people, even if they dislike the current officer holder, are used to that person and know what that person will do. By bringing in new people, it opens
1)Time-its already their job 2)Visibility-already
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