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Who unfairly influenced the nominating process under the convention system in the 1800s? a.)lawmakers b.)party candidates c.)judges d.)party bosses

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The correct answer is D) party bosses. Party bosses were people who worked for a political machine. The purpose of these political machines was to elect specific individuals so that they could control the politics of the city. To do this, party bosses would target specific groups (such as immigrants). They would help immigrants get jobs in exchange for their promise to officially vote for a candidate with the political boss. This resulted in thousands of immigrants being controlled by political bosses.