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USG-Exec Branch

U.S. Constitution-Executive Branch

What is the purpose of the Executive Branch? Execute/carry out the laws
What is the term of office of the President? 4 years
Who elects the next U.S. President? Electoral College
What are the three qualifications for President of the United States? Natural born citizen, 35 years of age, 14 years a resident within the United States
Who becomes President should the former President be removed or become unable to fulfill his duties? Vice-President
For what reasons can a President, Vice-President and all civil Officers of the United States be removed? Conviction of Treason, Bribery, or other High Crimes and Misdemeanors
In the Oath taken by the President what two things does he/she solemnly swear to do? Execute the Office of President of the United States; preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States
How many terms can a President serve? Two
In what month do we vote for President? November
If the President and the Vice-President can no longer serve, who becomes President? Speaker of the House
Who signs bills to become laws? President
This title means the President is in charge of the armed forces and any state militia called to serve the United States. Commander-in-Chief
The Executive Branch's power to refuse to sign a bill into law is called _________________. Veto
The number of presidential electors a state gets is the same as _____________________. The number of its Senators and Representatives
This people are advisors to the President and Secretaries of the Executive Departments. Cabinet
How are Excutive Cabinet Secretaries chosen? Appointed by the President, approved by the Senate.
What is the name of the President's official home? White House
The President is not elected directly by the people. Instead the President is elected by the ______________________________. Electoral College
Created by: Benson_Deborah
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