The Constitution Legislative Branch Executive Branch Judicial Branch Random Government Facts

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What is Article I?
Where the Legislative Branch is located in the Constitution

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What is the House of Representatives?
The "Lower House" of the Legislative Branch

100

What is four years?
The length of term if you are the leader of this branch.

100

What is nine?
The number of Supreme Court Justices presently.

100

What is Speaker of the House?
This person becomes president should the president and vice president both die.

200

What is Article III?
Where the Judicial Branch is located in the Constitution

200

True.
True or False? Congress has the sole power to declare war.

200

What is the President, Vice President, Cabinet, Staff?
The four people/groups which comprise the Executive Branch.

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What is 35 years old, born US citizen, resident of the US for 14 years?
The qualifications for becoming president.

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What is to provide a framework for government?
The purpose of the Constitution

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What is Philadelphia?
The city where the Constitution was written.

300

What is "Legislate?"
This means "to make laws"

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What is the Cabinet?
The group of people who are nominated and confirmed that gives the President expert advice on specific topics.

300

What is certiorari?
This means the Supreme Court will hear a case.

300

What is presidential nomination and Senate confirmation?
The two steps to become an ambassador, Supreme Court justice, or Cabinet member.

400

What is 1787?
The year the Constitution was written.

400

What is 435?
This is the number of Representatives in the House

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Who are Andrew Johnson and William Clinton?
The president(s) impeached by the Senate.

400

What is chief citizen?
The role the President is acting in if s/he throws out the first pitch at a MLB baseball game.

400

What is twenty-seven?
The number of Constitutional Amendments.

500

True.
True or False? Thomas Jefferson did not sign the Constitution.

500

What is Vice President/President of the Senate?
This person can cast the tie-breaking vote as necessary in the Senate.

500

What is 50% + 1 of the total electoral votes possible?
The equation that determines the number of electoral votes one needs to win in the electoral college to become president.

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What is judicial review?
The check the Judicial Branch has on the Executive and Legislative Branches.

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What is the National Archives?
Where the Constitution can be viewed in Washington D.C.

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