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Naturalization Study Guide #26-30

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4 years
What is the term of office for the POTUS (President of the United States)?
2
What is the maximum number of full terms a POTUS (President of the United States)?
10
What is the maximum number of years someone may serve as POTUS (President of the United States)?
22nd
In 1951, the __________ Amendment was ratified limiting Presidents to two terms or ten years in office.
President and Vice President
What is the only pair of officials voted into office by all 50 states and the District of Colombia?
Electoral College
The President is elected through the __________.
electoral votes
The number of __________ each state has is determined by number of representatives in the House and the Senate.
29
Florida has __________ electoral votes.
27
Florida has __________ congressional districts.
3
The District of Colombia has _________ electoral vote(s) thanks to the 23rd Amendment (ratified in 1961).
23rd
The District of Colombia has three electoral votes thanks to the __________ Amendment (ratified in 1961).
538
There are a total of ________ electoral votes in the Electoral College.
270
Presidential candidates must win at least __________ electoral votes to win election in the Electoral College.
House of Representatives
If no candidate wins a majority of the electoral votes, then the __________ selects the POTUS from among the top three electoral vote winners.
Senate
If no candidate wins a majority of the electoral votes, then the __________ selects the Vice President from among the top two electoral vote winners.
the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November of even numbered years
On what day is the general election for the Federal government held?
4
Presidential election years are only in years evenly divisible by
Donald Trump
Who is the current POTUS (President of the United States)?
Mike Pence
Who is the current Vice President of the United States?
Vice President
If the POTUS is unable to perform the duties of the office, then the __________ takes over.
Speaker of the House
If neither the POTUS or the VPOTUS is able to perform the duties of the office, then the __________ takes over.
William Henry Harrison
The 1st POTUS to die in office was
Richard Nixon
The only POTUS to resign was
Gerald Ford
The only person to serve as the POTUS without winning an election for President or Vice President was
George Washington
The first POTUS (President of the United States) was
2 terms
George Washington set a precedent that Presidents should only serve a maximum of
Franklin D. Roosevelt
The only POTUS (President of the United States) to serve more than two terms was
4
Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to __________ terms.
2020
The next Presidential general election will be held in November of