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PIG FINAL 9

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What role does the Vice President play in Congress He is the president of Senate, and cast a tying vote if needed
What is reapportionment? the process of dividing the number of State representatives and senators among the State’s population in order to assure, as close as possible, districts of equal size.
What is necessary to override a presidential veto? Congress can override a veto by passing the act by a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate
Who presides over the Senate in the absence of the Vice President? the Senate's president pro tempore
What is the State of the Union Address? a yearly address delivered in January by the president of the US to Congress, giving the administration's view of the state of the nation and plans for legislation.
What offices does the President appoint? power to appoint federal judges, ambassadors, and other "principal officers” of the United States
How does the line of presidential succession work?
What is the purpose of presidential cabinets?
Who appoints and confirms cabinet members?
How does the president influence the bureaucracy?
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