Three factors related to the American electoral system affect who is elected to office in this country, and what they do once they get there. Those factors are
a. party affiliation, family connections, and the substance of issues raised during a campaign.
b. who decides to run for office, incumbency, and the drawing of district lines.
c. incumbency, franking, and party affiliation.
d. military service, professional connections, and religious beliefs.
e. race, religious beliefs, and the region of the country the district falls within.