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George's goverment vocabulary study guide 3rd grade

Judicial The branch of government made up of the courts and judges
Constitution A document that sets up the system of government
Elect Another word for voting. We do this to get a new president
Government These people make laws and protect us
President the head of the Executive branch for our whole country
Justices People who are appointed to the Supreme Court
Governor The head of the Executive branch for a state
Taxes People pay these to the government
Laws We elect legislators to make these for us
Legislative The branch of our government that includes the Congress
Executive The branch of government that includes the leader of the state or country
Nation Another word for country. This word is used in the Pledge of Allegiance
Services Things provided by the government like roads, buildings, police and fire protection, and keeping up the Army and Navy
Property Things owned by citizens that are protected by police and fire departments
Three The number of branches of the government in the United States
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