the legislative branch
the executive branch
the judicial branch
the person in which the constitution vests executive power
how long is the presidents term
how many presidential electors does each state get
equal to the numbers of representatives and senators from that state
how many votes does an elector get
2 votes. 1 for president. 1 for vice president.
what is the conition placed on the two electoral votes cast?
one has to be for a noncitizen of the same state
who is designated to count the electoral votes once they have been cast?
the president of the senate
who can decide what day electors are chosen and electoral votes cast?
must electoral votes be cast on the same day?
what threee qualifications are given for a person to become a president?
natural born american citizen, 35 years of age, 14 years of residency inside the united states
who do the presidential powers fall upon if the president dies, resigns, is removed, or is unable to carry out his duties?
the vice president
who decides who gets to be presidents should the president or vice president be unable to prefoerm the duties of the president?
can the presidents salary be changed as he goes from office
what three actions are the president charged with as they relate to the constitution
to preserve, protect, and defend the constitution of the united states
what is the exception to the president's power to grant pardons and reprieves.