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How can redistricting threaten incumbent members of Congress?

a. It can alter district-based funds from special interest groups.
b. It can shift incumbents into a caucus district.
c. It can add voters from an area that is less supportive of an incumbent's party.
d. It increases the probability of a strong third-party challenger.

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Answer: c

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