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Government Terms

Voters Electors
The process of accusing a public offical of wrongdoing. Impeachment
Serious crimes Felonies
A law the condemns a person without a trial in court. Bill of Attainder
A law that would make an act a criminal offense after it was committed. Ex post facto law
Right to vote Suffrage
Fair treatment under the law. Due process of law
Being under the authority of an owner or master. Servitude
An election in which registered members of a political party nominate candidates for office. Primary
An emergency military force, such as the National Guard, that's not part of the regular army. Militia
Money Tender
A statement declaring that something is true. Affirmation
Call together. Convene
Offical approval. Ratification
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