5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Opinion polls
- Majority Opinion
- Executive power
- Exclusionary Rule
- Electoral college
- a An opinion that is written to support the leading ruling of the court.
- b The group of electors who are selected by the voters in each state to officially elect the president and vice president.
- c The ability to carry out and enforce laws.
- d A rule created by the Supreme Court which states that evidence which is obtained illegally cannot be used in a trial.
- e These track public opinion of candidates on nearly a daily basis as election day approaches.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- An election held early in the year before a presidential election to vote for the party's nominee.
- A regularly scheduled election at which voters make the final selection for public officeholders.
- A court order that authorizes police to search the scene of a suspected crime.
- A Supreme Court case that made the Sixth Amendment's guarantee of a right to counsel apply to all Americans.
- This Article is dedicated to the Executive Branch
5 True/False Questions
Dissenting Opinion → An opinion that is written to support the opposing ruling of the court.
Political action committees → Committees that are established and represent interests of corporations, labor unions, or special interest groups.
Article VI → This Article is dedicated to the Supremacy Clause
US Court of Appeals → The ability to carry out and enforce laws.
Compulsory voting → These track public opinion of candidates on nearly a daily basis as election day approaches.