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The Constitution

The Constitutions Seven Different Articles

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What was the branch of government from Article One? Legislative Branch.
What was the branch of government from Article Two? Executive Branch.
What was the branch of government from Article Three? Judicial.
What was the branch of government from Article Four? The states' rights and their responsibilities.
What was the main idea for Article Five? How to amend the Constitution.
What was the main idea for Article Six? The Supremacy Article.
What was the main idea for Article Seven? The Ratification of the Constitution.
In Article One, how old do you have to be to be a House of Representatives? You have to be 25 years old or older.
In Article One, how long do you have to be a U.S. citizen to be a House of Representative? You have to be a U.S. citizen for 7 consecutive years or longer.
In Article One, how many years do you get to serve in office when you get elected for House of Representative? You get 2 years to be in office.
In Article One, how old do you have to be to be a Senator? You have to be 30 years old or older.
In Article One, how many years do you get to serve in office when you get elected for Senate? You get 6 years to be in office.
In Article One, how long do you have to be a U.S. citizen to be a Senator. You have to be a U.S. citizen for 9 consecutive years or longer.
In Article One, how are the number of House of Representatives determined? The numbers are based off of the state's population.
In Article One, how are the number of Senators determined? The numbers are given evenly two per state.
In Article One, how many votes do they need to kick someone out of office? They need a 2/3 vote from Congress.
What is the Elastic Clause? When Congress has the ability to stretch its power to make laws that are necessary and proper.
What makes up the Executive Branch in Article Two? The President, Vice President, and the cabinet members.
In Article Two, how old do you have to be to be President or Vice President? You have to be 35 years old or older.
In Article Two, how long do you have to be U.S citizen to be President? You have to be a citizen for 14 consecutive years or more.
In Article Two, can you be born in another state and still be President? You have to be a natural born citizen.
In Article One, can you be from another state but run for some other one? You have to be from the state you are running for.
In Article Two, what are the jobs of the President? Commander in Chief, Chief Ambassador, veto or pass laws, and gives a yearly State of the Union address.
In Article Two, how many votes are needed to be impeached? You need a 2/3 vote from House of Representatives, and the Senate acts as a jury, and the Supreme Justice as the Judge.
In Article Three, when can a President be impeached? Misdemeanor, bribery, treason, or a felony.
In Article Three, what happens if the President is impeached? House votes on whether he is guilty, Senate acts as the jury, and the Supreme Court acts as the Judge.
In Article Six, how many people are there in the Supreme Court? Nine Judges.
In Article Six, what requirements are there for being a Supreme Court Judge? There are no requirements.
In Article Six, how long do the judges serve? As long as they have good behavior, they will be payed with their job for life.
In Article Six, what cases do the judges deal with? Only the Constitutional ones, hand picking each one.
What does Article Four talk about? It talks about the State's rights and responsibilities.
If something happens to you in one state, does it go with you to any other? It travels with you wherever you go and you can not discriminate against someone from a state that's not yours.
How many states have to agree to something if it is to be done? 3/4 or 38.
What is another name for Article Six? The Supremacy Clause.
What was the main idea of Article Seven? The ratification of the states.
Who makes up Article Three? Supreme Court and the Lower Court.
What is the job of the Legislative Branch? To make the laws.
What is the job of the Executive Branch? To enforce/carry out the laws.
What is the job of the Judicial Branch? To interpret the laws.
Created by: 19billmans