What is Article Two?
what is the main job of the executive branch?
to enforce the laws
Requirements to be the president?
A natural born citizen of the U.S., 35 years old, resident of the U.S. for 14 years
how many electoral votes does a President and Vice-president need to win an election?
Does each state get as many votes as they have representatives?
Does the electoral collage choose the president and vice-president?
Who is next in line of succession if something happens to the president?
the Vice-President and the speaker of the house
Powers of the President-
Commander in chief to the armed forces, Appoints supreme court judges, appoints ambassadors, represents the U.S. to foreign countries, vetoes or signs bills into lawmaking
What is Article Three?
The Judicial branch
what is the main job of the judicial branch?
to interpret the laws
what s the highest court?
the supreme court
How many judges are there in the supreme court?
how log is the term of being a judge?
what are the two lower courts and who creates them?
the District courts of the U.S and the court of appeals
What is the Constitution also called?
the supreme law of the land
when were articles 4-7 signed?
September 17 1787
changes to the constitution are called...
the first ten amendments are called the...
bill of rights
amendment 13 states...
amendment 18 states...
Prohibition of alchol
Amendment 19 states...
women's right to vote
repeals amendment 18
amendment 22 states...
president may serve 2-10 years
amendment 26 states...
voting age is 18