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5 Matching Questions

  1. Line-item veto
  2. 27
  3. Iowa
  4. Impeachable offenses
  5. Formal Roles/Powers of Pres
  1. a 1) Head of State; 2) Chief Executive; 3) Commander in Chief; 4) Chief Diplomat; 5) Chief Legislator
  2. b Bribery, Treason, & high crimes/misdemeanors
  3. c Chief Exec power to delete/veto part of a bill passed by both houses that involves taxing/spending. Can be overriden by 2/3 vote in both houses
  4. d State that usually holds the 1st caucus in pres election
  5. e # of electoral votes Fl had in 2008

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. VP, Speaker of House, Pres Pro Tempore, Secretaries from diff. depts (oldest to newest) starting w/ Sec'y of State & ending w/ Sec'y of Homeland Security
  2. Taft, Harding, Reagan
  3. prevents bills passed by both houses of congress from becoming law
  4. authority given to congress by 2/3 vote in each house to override presidential veto
  5. House elects from top 3 candidates w/ ea state given 1 vote; reps of ea state decide who will recv that vote

5 True/False Questions

  1. Head of State RoleHead of govt; enforces laws of congress, judgments of fed cts, treaties & obligations; Limited power to appoint, grant reprieves, pardons, exec clemency

          

  2. Pres Power of Impoundmentspecial/inherent power where pres refuses to spend the $ congress appropriated

          

  3. Treatyagreement of president that DOES require 2/3 consent of senate

          

  4. Passive-positive Preslike what they do and pursue agenda energetically (Roosevelt, Kennedy)

          

  5. Pardonelection which voters decide which candidate will represent a party; no party vote crossing

          

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