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Qualifications

Qualifications for Federal Office

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How many justices (judges) are there on the Supreme Court? 9
The president appoints judges to the Supreme Court. His appointments must be approved by the _____________. Senate
In order to become president of the United States you must have the following qualification: 35 years old, natural born citizen, and 14 years a resident
In order to be a member of the House of Representatives you must ______ years old. 25
In order to be a member of the Senate you must ______ years old. 30
In order to be a member of the House of Representatives you must live in the United States for _________ years. 7
In order to be a member of the Senate you must live in the United States for _________ years. 9
Each state has ______ Senators. 2
The total number of Senators in Congress is _____. 100
Article I describes the ___________ branch of government. Legislative
Article II describes the _______ branch of government. Executive
Article III describes the _______ branch of government. Judicial
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