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The Executive Branch Chapter 8
executive order
pardon
reprieve
amnesty
an order given by the president that has the same force as law
presidential order that forgives a crime
presidential order that delays punishment
pardon for a group of people
executive order
an order given by the president that has the same force as law
pardon
presidential order that forgives a crime
12 terms
The Executive Branch Chapter 8
executive order
pardon
reprieve
amnesty
an order given by the president that has the same force as law
presidential order that forgives a crime
presidential order that delays punishment
pardon for a group of people
executive order
an order given by the president that has the same force as law
pardon
presidential order that forgives a crime
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chapter 8 executive branch vocabulary
cabinet
central clearance
compensation
electoral vote
secretaries of the executive departments, the vice president,…
Office of Management and Budget's review of all legislative p…
salary
the official vote for president and vice president
cabinet
secretaries of the executive departments, the vice president,…
central clearance
Office of Management and Budget's review of all legislative p…
Chapter 8 Executive Branch
elector
outcome
resign
executive order
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
result or consequence
to give up one's office or position
a rule or command that the president gives out that has the f…
elector
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
outcome
result or consequence
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Chapter 8 (Executive Branch)
elector
executive order
pardon
reprieve
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
a declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment
an order to delay a person's punishment until a higher court…
elector
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
executive order
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
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Chapter 8 Executive Branch
22nd Amendment
Presidential Qualifications Constituti…
Natural-Born Citizen
Non-justiciable Question
Reaction to F.D.R. carrying 4 consecutive terms; sets 2 term…
1. 35 years old... 2. Resident of the U.S. for 14 years before t…
Requirement for presidency and vice presidency meant to prote…
issue that can only be decided by Congress is not suitable fo…
22nd Amendment
Reaction to F.D.R. carrying 4 consecutive terms; sets 2 term…
Presidential Qualifications Constituti…
1. 35 years old... 2. Resident of the U.S. for 14 years before t…
The Executive Branch Chapter 8
executive order
pardon
reprieve
amnesty
an order given by the president that has the same force as law
presidential order that forgives a crime
presidential order that delays punishment
pardon for a group of people
executive order
an order given by the president that has the same force as law
pardon
presidential order that forgives a crime
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Chapter 8 executive branch
District court
Appeals court
Appellate Jurisdiction
Supreme Court
they have original jurisdiction
they review decisions made in lower courts
authority of a court to hear a case appealed from a lower court
They have original only in two instances. In all other cases…
District court
they have original jurisdiction
Appeals court
they review decisions made in lower courts
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Executive Branch -- Chapter 8
Executive Branch
Electoral College
Total number of electors
Total number of eletors to win
Found in Article 2 of the Constitution
These electors technically vote for President of the U.S.
538
270
Executive Branch
Found in Article 2 of the Constitution
Electoral College
These electors technically vote for President of the U.S.
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Executive Branch -- Chapter 8
Executive Branch
Electoral College
Total number of electors
Total number of eletors to win
Found in Article 2 of the Constitution
These electors technically vote for President of the U.S.
538
270
Executive Branch
Found in Article 2 of the Constitution
Electoral College
These electors technically vote for President of the U.S.
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Chapter 8-executive branch
Impeachment
Informal powers (extralegal)
Formal powers (legal)
Senatorial courtesy
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
Powers that are stated in the law or the constitution
The tradition of allowing a senator to reject the governor's…
Impeachment
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Informal powers (extralegal)
Powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
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Chapter 8 (Executive Branch)
elector
executive order
pardon
reprieve
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
a declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment
an order to delay a person's punishment until a higher court…
elector
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
executive order
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
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Chapter 8: Executive Branch
qualifications of governor
democrats
1974
tx house of reps
at least 30 years old... US citizen... must have lived in Tx for at…
historically, who gets to serve as governor?
constitution was originally designed for the governor to serv…
bring up charges in an impeachment trial
qualifications of governor
at least 30 years old... US citizen... must have lived in Tx for at…
democrats
historically, who gets to serve as governor?
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Executive Branch Chapter 8
Cabinet
Central Clearance
Compensation
Electoral Vote
The 15 secretaries, the vice president, and several other top…
The OMB reviews all legislative proposals executive agencies…
Salary
People who would meet in their own states and cast votes for…
Cabinet
The 15 secretaries, the vice president, and several other top…
Central Clearance
The OMB reviews all legislative proposals executive agencies…
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Chapter 8/Executive Branch
Elector
Electoral Collage
Presidential Succession
Executive Order
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
a collage made up of 538 electors
a list of people who would come after the president has resig…
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
Elector
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
Electoral Collage
a collage made up of 538 electors
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Chapter 8 - Executive Branch
Bureaucracies
Cabinet-level Department
Civil Service Reform
Division of Labor
Government agencies and institutions that implement and admin…
Part of the "unwritten Constitution." It was first establishe…
Congress took action in the late 19th century to protect ethi…
Division of work into a number of separate tasks to be perfor…
Bureaucracies
Government agencies and institutions that implement and admin…
Cabinet-level Department
Part of the "unwritten Constitution." It was first establishe…
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Chapter 8 - Executive Branch
What is the job of the executive branch
What is the order of people/organizati…
Cabinet
Department
to carry out and enforce laws
President - VP - cabinet - independent agencies
cabinet is made up of the 15 department heads which advise th…
the main organizations in the executive branch. There are 15…
What is the job of the executive branch
to carry out and enforce laws
What is the order of people/organizati…
President - VP - cabinet - independent agencies
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Chapter 8, Executive Branch
Electoral college
Electors
Executive order
Pardon
body of electors chosen or appointed by a larger group.
person who has the right to vote in an election.
rule or order issued by the president to an executive branch…
Forgivness
Electoral college
body of electors chosen or appointed by a larger group.
Electors
person who has the right to vote in an election.
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Chapter 8: Executive Branch
Chief Diplomat ... -Sets diplomatic objec…
Chief Executive... -Head of all cabinet d…
Head of State... -Meets with other heads…
Commander in Chief... -Nominates joint ch…
Makes treaties & Executive agreements, Sends ambassadors to o…
The president gives out executive orders to make sure the law…
Builds a good relationship with other countries and represent…
Use military force for foreign policies
Chief Diplomat ... -Sets diplomatic objec…
Makes treaties & Executive agreements, Sends ambassadors to o…
Chief Executive... -Head of all cabinet d…
The president gives out executive orders to make sure the law…
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Chapter 8: Executive Branch
What article of the constitution is th…
What federal courts were created with…
Define Jurisdiction.
What are the four types of jurisdiction?
Article III.
District Court and Court of Appeals.
Authority of a court to hear a case.
Exclusive jurisdiction, concurrent jurisdiction, original jur…
What article of the constitution is th…
Article III.
What federal courts were created with…
District Court and Court of Appeals.
TOMS Civics: Chapter 8 Executive Branch
elector
display
outcome
resign
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
to show or list.
a result or consequence.
to give up one's office or position.
elector
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
display
to show or list.
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CIVICS-CHAPTER 8 THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
ELECTOR
RESIGNED
EXECUTIVE ORDER
PARDON
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
To give up one's office or position
Directive issued by a president or governor that has the forc…
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment
ELECTOR
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
RESIGNED
To give up one's office or position
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Civics: Chapter 8- The Executive Branch
Elector
Executive order
Pardon
Reprieve
...
...
...
...
Elector
...
Executive order
...
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Chapter 8 (civics) ~THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH~
The Office of President
the requirements for becoming president
governor
mayor
- executive branch of the national government; the nations hi…
1) must be at least 35 years of age... 2) must be a native-born…
- head state executive branch
- head county and city governments
The Office of President
- executive branch of the national government; the nations hi…
the requirements for becoming president
1) must be at least 35 years of age... 2) must be a native-born…
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Chapter 8-The Executive Branch
Elector
Executive Order
Amnesty
Pardon
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
A rule or command the president gives out that has force of l…
A pardon to a group of people.
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment.
Elector
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
Executive Order
A rule or command the president gives out that has force of l…
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Chapter 8 ~ The Executive Branch
political appointee
civil service system
executive order
pardon
a person appointed to a federal position by the president
the practice of hiring government workers on the basis of ope…
a rule or command the president gives out and that has the fo…
a declaration of forgiveness and freedom from the president
political appointee
a person appointed to a federal position by the president
civil service system
the practice of hiring government workers on the basis of ope…
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Chapter 8 - Executive Branch
Qualifications to be a Governor of Tex…
2 Women Governors of Texas
How long is the Term in Office for ele…
Who had the longest term in office?
- 30 Years of Age... - U.S Citizen... - Liven in Texas for 5 years…
- Miriam Ferguson and Ann Richards
- used to be 2 years... - 4 years each term... - No limit on how ma…
Rick Perry (2000-2014)
Qualifications to be a Governor of Tex…
- 30 Years of Age... - U.S Citizen... - Liven in Texas for 5 years…
2 Women Governors of Texas
- Miriam Ferguson and Ann Richards
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The texas executive branch - chapter 8
Governor is weak by design due to the…
Plural executive
Veto
Line - item veto
Gov: E.J. Davis... - being compared to LT. Governor/ Speaker (hi…
limits the power of the Governor by distributing power with t…
Post - adjournment veto ("strong veto)
Governor can veto specific elements of appropriations bills
Governor is weak by design due to the…
Gov: E.J. Davis... - being compared to LT. Governor/ Speaker (hi…
Plural executive
limits the power of the Governor by distributing power with t…
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Chapter 8 Executive Branch
what is the purpose of the executive b…
Which article of the constitution crea…
Who is the leader of the executive Bra…
What are the requirements for becoming…
enforce laws
Article II
president
35, native born American citizen, and live in US for at least…
what is the purpose of the executive b…
enforce laws
Which article of the constitution crea…
Article II
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Chapter 8 Executive Branch
list 5 important powers given to the p…
give a real-life example of a presiden…
what is the main goal of foreign policy?
list 5 important tools of foreign policy
veto bills, call Congress into special sessions, pardon peopl…
after 911, Bush sent troops to Iraq to catch Alquieda
national security
appointing ambassadors to foreign countries, giving aid to fo…
list 5 important powers given to the p…
veto bills, call Congress into special sessions, pardon peopl…
give a real-life example of a presiden…
after 911, Bush sent troops to Iraq to catch Alquieda
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Chapter 8 (Executive Branch)
elector
executive order
pardon
reprieve
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
a declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment
an order to delay a person's punishment until a higher court…
elector
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
executive order
a rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
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Government, Chapter 8, Executive Branch
Gov't, Chapter 8, Executive Branch, Jo…
Executive Branch, 6 Major Parts
White House Staff
National Security Council (NSA)
-------------------------------------------------------------…
1) White House Staff ... 2) National Security Council... 3) Office…
The President's staff and close, personal advisers. The Chief…
Consists of the following:... ...CIA... ...Department of State... ...D…
Gov't, Chapter 8, Executive Branch, Jo…
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Executive Branch, 6 Major Parts
1) White House Staff ... 2) National Security Council... 3) Office…
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The Executive Branch-Chapter 8
Who were the first executives of the c…
When were the Royal Governor's strippe…
Was there an executive branch under th…
What was the first nation to call thei…
The first executives were the Royal Governors, who were appoi…
When the Deceleration of Independence was written.
No
The United States
Who were the first executives of the c…
The first executives were the Royal Governors, who were appoi…
When were the Royal Governor's strippe…
When the Deceleration of Independence was written.
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Chapter 8: The Executive Branch
What theory is the division of Texas e…
What kind of government do powerful sp…
What is the result of Texas having a d…
How can an astute, politically savvy g…
The Jacksonian democratic theory that most major officeholder…
A decentralized government with a weak chief executive.
The government will continue to be a hodgepodge of administra…
By asserting legislative powers, by managing media access, by…
What theory is the division of Texas e…
The Jacksonian democratic theory that most major officeholder…
What kind of government do powerful sp…
A decentralized government with a weak chief executive.
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Chapter 8- The Executive Branch
The Governor of Texas has:
The only Texas Governor to be both imp…
What is the benefit to the governor of…
The only member of the plural executiv…
Few formal powers making the office one of the weakest in the…
James Ferguson
The legislature is prevented from overriding it
The secretary of state
The Governor of Texas has:
Few formal powers making the office one of the weakest in the…
The only Texas Governor to be both imp…
James Ferguson
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CHAPTER 8 - THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Elector
Display
Electoral College
Political parties
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
To show or list
Is a process, not a place. The founding fathers established i…
Is a group of people who come together to contest elections a…
Elector
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
Display
To show or list
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The executive branch Chapter 8
How ofter do we have presidential elec…
What are we voting for when we vote fo…
What is the process for replacing the…
How many terms is a president allowed…
Every 4 years
For electors in each state.
The twenty-fifth amendment states that if the vice president…
Two
How ofter do we have presidential elec…
Every 4 years
What are we voting for when we vote fo…
For electors in each state.
49 terms
Chapter 8: The Executive Branch
executive
legislative
judicial
Greg Abbot
implements laws
makes laws
interpretes laws
Who is our governor?
executive
implements laws
legislative
makes laws
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Chapter 8 Executive Branch Vocabulary
Elector
Resign
Executive Order
Pardon
A person appointed to vote in presidential elections for pres…
To give up one's office or position
A rule or command the president gives out that has the force…
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom of punishment
Elector
A person appointed to vote in presidential elections for pres…
Resign
To give up one's office or position
Chapter 8: The Texas Executive Branch
Impeachment
Informal (extralegal) powers
Formal (legal) powers
Senatorial courtesy
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
Powers that are stated in the law or the constitution
The tradition of allowing a senator to reject the governor's…
Impeachment
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Informal (extralegal) powers
powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
19 terms
Chapter 8 The Texas Executive Branch
Impeachment
Appointment
Patronage
Senatorial Courtesy
Trial in the senate and the possible removal of a state offic…
The power of the chief executive to appoint persons to office.
The resources available to higher officials.
Seeking an indication that senators from the candidate's own…
Impeachment
Trial in the senate and the possible removal of a state offic…
Appointment
The power of the chief executive to appoint persons to office.
21 terms
Chapter 8: The Texas Executive Branch
administrative law
attorney general's opinion
bureaucracy
cabinet system
The rules and regulations written by administrators to implem…
The attorney general's interpretation of the constitution, st…
The part of the executive branch that actually administers go…
A system that allows the chief executive to appoint and remov…
administrative law
The rules and regulations written by administrators to implem…
attorney general's opinion
The attorney general's interpretation of the constitution, st…
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Civics chapter 8 The Executive Branch
Role of vice president in the Senate
Roll Congress please in times of milit…
Role of the cabinet and when they meet
Appointing ambassadors
Proceeds over or oversees the Senate and may not vote if ther…
Declares war
Gives the president advice and whenever the president sees fit
The president of points 150 ambassadors and the approved by t…
Role of vice president in the Senate
Proceeds over or oversees the Senate and may not vote if ther…
Roll Congress please in times of milit…
Declares war
TOMS Civics: Chapter 8 Executive Branch
elector
display
outcome
resign
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
to show or list.
a result or consequence.
to give up one's office or position.
elector
Person appointed to vote in presidential elections for presid…
display
to show or list.
21 terms
Civics Chapter 8 The Executive Branch
elector
executive order
pardon
reprieve
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for the ma…
a rule or command that has the force of law
a declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment
an order to delay a persons punishment until a higher court c…
elector
person appointed to vote in presidential elections for the ma…
executive order
a rule or command that has the force of law
20 terms
Chapter 8: The Texas Executive Branch
Impeachment
Informal powers
Formal powers
Senatorial courtesy
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
Powers that are stated in the Law or the constitution
The tradition of allowing a senator to reject the governor's…
Impeachment
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Informal powers
Powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
21 terms
Chapter 8: The Texas Executive Branch
Impeachment
Informal (extralegal) powers
Formal (legal) powers
Senatorial courtesy
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
Powers that are stated in the law or the constitution.
The tradition of allowing a senator to reject the governor's…
Impeachment
Bringing formal charges against a public official; the legisl…
Informal (extralegal) powers
Powers that are not stated in rules, law, or a constitution b…
19 terms
Chapter 8: Executive Branch and Bureaucracy
veto
supermajority vote
formal powers
informal powers
power to reject a proposed law
legislative vote of much more than a simple majority, for ins…
powers explicitly granted to a governor according to state la…
things a governor is able to, such as command media attention…
veto
power to reject a proposed law
supermajority vote
legislative vote of much more than a simple majority, for ins…
16 terms
Chapter 8: Executive Branch, Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Implementation
Rule Making
Administrative adjunction
A system of managing government through departments run by ap…
The efforts of departments and agencies to translate laws int…
A Quasi-legilative administrate process that produces regulat…
The application rules and precedents to specific cases to set…
Bureaucracy
A system of managing government through departments run by ap…
Implementation
The efforts of departments and agencies to translate laws int…
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