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Government

Final Exam Flash Cards

QuestionAnswer
How many senators per state? 2
How many house of representatives per state? Depends on the population
How many house of representatives are there in the United States? 435
How many senators are there in the United States? 50
Term of Federal Judge For Life
Qualifications of a judge Usually a lawyer, or profesor; Prefered by the Senate
Qualifications of the House of Representatives 25 years old, 7 years of citizenship, must live in the represented state
Qualifications of the Senate 30 years old, 9 years of citizenship, must live in the represented state
What are the branches of the U.S. Government? Legislative, Judicial, Executive
Gerrymandering can... Help or hurt a particular party or group by manipulating geographic boundaries to create partisan
Partisanship Supporter of a party/group/person, especially one that shows a biased, emotional allegiance
Term of President 4 years
Qualifications of the President 35 years old, U.S. born citizen, must have lived in the U.S. for 14 years
President can stay in term for __ terms 2
A Census is done every __ years 10
Legislative Branch Writes the law
Executive Branch Enforces the law
Judicial Branch Interprets the law
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