(true or false) The Vice President and the President must meet the same qualifications for office.
(true or false) The President of the United States is the Commander in Chief of the armed forces.
(true or false) A candidate for the office of vice president must be at least 35 years old.
(true or false) The Vice President is also the President of the U.S. Senate and can vote if there is a tie in the Senate.
(true or false) The term of the President and the Vice President is for six years.
(true or false) A President may serve two full terms and a maximum of ten years.
(true or false) George Washington's beginning salary was $30,000 per year.
(true or false) A President is provided Secret Service protection for ten years after he has completed his term of office.
(true or false) Ensuring that laws are faithfully executed is one of the most significant of the expressed powers of the President.
(true or false) Supreme Court Justices serve for a ten year term.
(true or false) The 22nd Amendment to the Constitution sets the maximum number of years a President can serve to eight years.
(true or false) Supervising national elections is one of the duties of the Vice President that are described in the Constitution.
(true or false) A person must be a natural -born citizen to qualify for the Presidency of the United States.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
This man was President during the Great Depression. He is the only man who has served for more than two terms in office.
This man was the first President of the U.S. and served two four-year terms.
the Legislative Branch
Which branch of government has the power to ratify treaties? It also has the power of impeachment and can propose amendments to the Constitution.
the Judicial Branch
Which branch of government has the power to declare acts of the Executive Branch unconstitutional?
the Executive Branch
Which branch of government has the power to make appointments?
an implied power
If a presidential power is not expressed in the Constitution, what is it called?
a line-item veto
This proposal authorized the President to eliminate specific items in spending and taxes. He could object to only one part of the bill.
This is one of the powers of the President and allows him to suspend the punishment or sentence of a person convicted of a crime against the United States.
This is one of the powers of the President and allows him to override the judgment of a court or prevent the prosecution of a crime.
This is the minimum number of votes in the U.S. House of Representatives that is needed to override a presidential veto.
This is how many members serve in the House of Representatives.
This is how many members serve in the Senate.
This is how old a candidate for President or Vice President must be to qualify for the Presidency.
This Article of the Constitution gives the presidential powers.
Article II, Section 1
This section creates the presidency.
Article II, Section 2
This section lists the duties of the President.
Article II, Section 4
This section denotes the rules and procedures for removal of the President or Vice President.