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9/13
states needed to ratify the constitution
3/5
number of representatives and votes a state had of the state population, each slave counts for
3/4
of the states needed to ratify an amendment of the constitution
2/3
vote in the senate to ratify a treaty made by the president
2/3
vote in both houses of congress needed to override a presidential veto
2/3
vote of both houses to propose an amendment to the constitution
2/3
vote of the senate to convict of impeachment charges
1/3
of the senate up for reelection every two years
0
requirements to be a justice on the United States supreme court
0
voting members of congress for the district of columbia
1
each state must have at least _ member in the house
1
number of crimes specifically defined in the constitution
2
jobs for the vice president
2
houses of congress (bicameral)
2
number of senators each state has
2
every __ years senatorial elections are held
2
number of presidents that have been impeached
2
maximum number of times a president can be elected
2
number of witnesses needed to get a treason conviction
3
minimum number of congressional representatives per state
3
branches of the federal government
4
__ year term of office for the president
6
__ year term of office for a US Senator
6
number of purposes in the preamble
7
number of years someone has to be a citizen in order to take a seat in the house
7
articles in the US constitution
9
number of years someone has to be a citizen in order to take a seat in the senate
9 or fewer
Days remaining in the congressional session. If the president does not sign into a law or veto a bill, it automatically gets vetoed
10
number of years between census counts
10
maximum number of years a person can serve as president
10
number of days before a bill automatically becomes a law if not signed or vetoed by the president
14
years a resident of the US before presidential election
18
number of years (or older) you have to be to vote
18
enumerated powers of congress
25
years or older to be a member of the house
27
number of changes made to the constitution
30
number of years (or older) you have to be to be a senator
35
number of years (or older) to become the president of the USA
38
number of states needed to ratify an amendment
43
number of men that have served as US president
44
number of US presidents
50
number of US states
51
quorum in the senate
53
number of California representatives in the house
55
number of electors from california
55
number of delegates to the constitutional convention (1787)
55
number of congressional representatives for the state of CA
67
number of votes in the senate needed to ratify a treaty
100
members of the US senate
218
quorum in the house
270
member of electoral votes needed to become president
435
number of members in the house (same since 1929)
535
TOTAL members of congress
538
total electoral votes
2010
year of most recent census
400,000
annual salary of the president
1st Article of Constitution
Legislative Branch
2nd Article of Constitution
Executive Branch
3rd Article of Constitution
Judicial Branch
4th Article of Constitution
relations between the states
5th Article of Constitution
amendment process
6th Article of Constitution
supremacy clause
7th Article of Constitution
ratification
9
members of the supreme court
2020
when the next census is
2
maximum time for $ commitment to fund the military