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What is the first part if the Constitution called The Preamble
What rights does the 1st amendment protect The right to Petition, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Religion
What is the set of the first 10 amendments called The Bill of Rights
What are the requirnments for becoming President Has to be 35 years old or older, be a natural born citizen, and be a resident in the U.S. for 14 years
What are the terms of a House of Representative member 2 years
What is the term of a Senator 6 years
How long does a Supreme Court justice serve Lifelong
Who is resides over the Senate The Vice President
What amendment says that one person cannot be tried for the same crime twice The 5th amendment
How many amendments are there 27
How are the numbers of electoral votes calculated House + Senate = Electoral Votes
What amendment ended slavery 13th
What are the 6 big ideas about the constituion Popular Sovereignty, Limited Government, Seperation of Powers, Checks and Balances, Federalism, and Judicial Review
How many justicies serve on the Supreme Court 9
How many states had to ratify the constituion for it to be law All 9 of them
What does the 4th amendment protect against Unlawful searches and seizures
What does the 8th amendment protect against Cruel and unusual punishment
What did the 19th amendment do It gave women equal sufferage nationwide
When does the VP have the power to vote in the Senate When there is a tie in votes
What does the 26th amendment do It gave 18 year old the right to vote
How is the number of representatives in the house decided They are decided based on population
What are the requirnments for becoming a senator 30 years old, citizen for 9 years, and live in the state they were elected in
When does the population recount Every 10 years
What are the requirnments of becoming a H.O.R. 25 years old, 7 years of citizenship, and a resident of the state they were elected in
What amendments gives power to the states 10th amendment
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