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Exec. Branch Voc. 2

Richter-Government-Executive Branch-Voc. 2

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head of the executive branch of government president
usually used to end a war; it states the terms that each side will abide by treaty
the president's power to end a bill veto
a medium for expressing your opinion like a newspaper or magazine forum
consent of the people mandate
only president ever to resign from office Nixon
country's chief legal counsel attorney general
true in fact, if not in law de facto
to legally forgive a person for a crime pardon
under cover or secret covert
the president's advisors; there are 15 departments in all cabinet
acts as the president's spokesperson when dealing with foreign countries secretary of state
to delay or postpone something reprieve
to grant forgiveness to a group of people for a crime they may have committed amnesty
the people who actually elect the president elector
the system used to elect our presient; set up in the Constitution electoral college
the order in which people are in line to be president should he/she die or become incapacitated presidential succession
by order of the president, it has the force of law executive order
the giving of a government job to a loyal supporter patronage
a building containing the offices of an ambassador embassy
Created by: pennyboone