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Government: Executive Branch
Qualifications
Elected to ____ year terms (considered…
Elections held in ____ numbered years…
Yearly salary is approximately ______…
1) Must be at least 25 years old... 2) U.S. Citizen... 3) Resident…
4; gubernatorial
even; between presidential elections
$170,000
Qualifications
1) Must be at least 25 years old... 2) U.S. Citizen... 3) Resident…
Elected to ____ year terms (considered…
4; gubernatorial
American Government: Executive Branch
Special Session of Congress
State of the Union
Presidential Roles
Electoral College
In a legislature, a special session (also extraordinary sessi…
An annual message delivered to Congress by the president of t…
1) chief of state, (2) chief executive, (3) chief administrat…
(in the US) a body of people representing the states of the U…
Special Session of Congress
In a legislature, a special session (also extraordinary sessi…
State of the Union
An annual message delivered to Congress by the president of t…
10 terms
AP Government: Executive Branch
Veto
Inherent powers
Executive orders
Delegation of powers
the president's disapproval of a bill that has been passed by…
Authority claimed by the president that is not clearly specif…
Presidential directives that create or modify laws and public…
the process by which Congress gives the executive branch the…
Veto
the president's disapproval of a bill that has been passed by…
Inherent powers
Authority claimed by the president that is not clearly specif…
Government Executive Branch Study
Presidential Powers of Removal
Presidential Powers of Appointment
Presidential Powers of War
Presidential Powers of War
the constitution doesn't say how or by whom appointed officer…
he can appoint ambassadors and other diplomats, cabinet membe…
he has the power to make treaties, one through the secretary…
the pres has the power to issue Executive Orders. these are d…
Presidential Powers of Removal
the constitution doesn't say how or by whom appointed officer…
Presidential Powers of Appointment
he can appoint ambassadors and other diplomats, cabinet membe…
8 terms
Government Executive Branch Vocab
Cabinet
Electoral College
Executive Order
Presidential Powers (Formal vs. Inform…
These are the top officials that assist the President make ce…
A big group of people who represent the US who votes for the…
A certain rule that is given out by the President that has to…
Formal: Veto power, command armed forces, pardoning, appointm…
Cabinet
These are the top officials that assist the President make ce…
Electoral College
A big group of people who represent the US who votes for the…
16 terms
government vocab executive branch
impeachment
executive order
electoral college
executive
is a formal process in which an official is accused of unlawf…
a rule or order issued by the president to an executive branc…
(in the US) a body of people representing the states of the U…
the person or branch of a government responsible for putting…
impeachment
is a formal process in which an official is accused of unlawf…
executive order
a rule or order issued by the president to an executive branc…
71 terms
Government Executive Branch
Roles of the president
What do each role do
Major roles of president
Example of each
Chief executive... Chief of state... Commander in Chief... Chief Admin…
CE-constitutional leader... COS-ceremonial leader... CIC-military l…
Legislative... Executive... Judicial... Diplomatic... Military
L-veto bills... E-enforces laws... J-pardons... D-makes treaties... M-pla…
Roles of the president
Chief executive... Chief of state... Commander in Chief... Chief Admin…
What do each role do
CE-constitutional leader... COS-ceremonial leader... CIC-military l…
31 terms
Government - Executive Branch
25th amendment
The speaker of the House
Electoral college
executive
established the order of succession to the presidency and wha…
follows the Vice President in the line of succession
established by Article II, section 1, is the system used in w…
Article II of the Constitution states that "the _____________…
25th amendment
established the order of succession to the presidency and wha…
The speaker of the House
follows the Vice President in the line of succession
Executive Branch of Government
Constitutional Qualifications to be Pr…
Federal Government
Constitutional Duties
Bureaucracy
-35 years old... -natural born citizen... -14 years US resident... -2…
Only 2 elected: President and Vice President
Commander in chief, run executive agencies, pardon, treaties,…
-a system of government in which most of the important decisi…
Constitutional Qualifications to be Pr…
-35 years old... -natural born citizen... -14 years US resident... -2…
Federal Government
Only 2 elected: President and Vice President
the executive branch (government)
commander in chief
chief administrator
chief executive
presidential succession act
is the presidents role as the head of the armed forces
the president is the nations heading of large government orga…
the president holds broad power in domestic and foreign affairs
the order of succession to the presidency after the vice pres…
commander in chief
is the presidents role as the head of the armed forces
chief administrator
the president is the nations heading of large government orga…
46 terms
Government Executive Branch
Chief of State
Commander in Chief
Chief of Diplomat
Chief Economic Planner
Our symbol of a "leader"
He can say when we will go to war
Makes speeches, Spokesman to the rest of the world
Gets blamed for the economic issues
Chief of State
Our symbol of a "leader"
Commander in Chief
He can say when we will go to war
Government: Executive Branch
Bureaucracy
Job specialization
Administration
Cabinet
pyramid structure with a chain of command running from top to…
each bureaucrat has certain duties
administrators and agencies of government
heats of executive departments form
Bureaucracy
pyramid structure with a chain of command running from top to…
Job specialization
each bureaucrat has certain duties
10 terms
Honors Government Executive Branch
State of the Union Address
Precedent
Cabinet
22nd Amendment
A speech given by the President in January of each year. The…
An unwritten rule based on tradition that, while not necessar…
The President's group of trusted advisors, made up of several…
Establishes two-term limit for Presidents.
State of the Union Address
A speech given by the President in January of each year. The…
Precedent
An unwritten rule based on tradition that, while not necessar…
43 terms
Executive Branch -Government
presidents have enormous power and res…
two terms
400,000 plus 500,000 for expenses
must be a natural born citizen, must b…
Duties of the president:
The twenty-second amendment limited the president to ______
Congress determines the president's salary currently it's ...…
President Qualifications set by the Constitution:
presidents have enormous power and res…
Duties of the president:
two terms
The twenty-second amendment limited the president to ______
6 terms
AP Government Executive Branch
12th Amendment
20th Amendment
22nd Amendment
23rd Amendment
Procedure for electing president and VP
"Lame Duck Amendment" moved inauguration from March 4 to Janu…
2 term presidential limit; less than 2 years of VP replacemen…
Washington D.C. gets as many electors as the least populous s…
12th Amendment
Procedure for electing president and VP
20th Amendment
"Lame Duck Amendment" moved inauguration from March 4 to Janu…
AP Government- Executive Branch
Parliamentary System
Presidential System
Pyramid Leadership
Circular Leadership
System of democratic governance of a state in which the execu…
Head of government = head of state = leader of executive branch
Lower ranks report to higher ones all the way up to the Presi…
President gets answers from a small group of advisors
Parliamentary System
System of democratic governance of a state in which the execu…
Presidential System
Head of government = head of state = leader of executive branch
13 terms
Government Executive Branch Vocal
national conventions
proportional representation
Gerrymandering
injunction
the quadrennial meetings at which the delegates select their…
...
the practice of drawing electoral district lines in order to…
a court order that either compels or restrains the performanc…
national conventions
the quadrennial meetings at which the delegates select their…
proportional representation
...
Government executive branch
Impeachment
4 years
2 terms
January 20
Process of bringing formal charges against public officials
President term of office
President term limit
...
Impeachment
Process of bringing formal charges against public officials
4 years
President term of office
Government: The Executive Branch
Agriculture
Health & Human Services
Energy
Transportation
develops conservation and provides financial credit to farmer…
directs programs concerned with the health and social service…
plans energy policy and researches and develops energy techno…
regulates all aspects of american transportation needs, polic…
Agriculture
develops conservation and provides financial credit to farmer…
Health & Human Services
directs programs concerned with the health and social service…
31 terms
Government executive branch
Fear over a central leader
Presidential election
Reasons for the electoral college
Electoral votes
Tyranny; fear of king... Did not want a king
-Every 4 years... -November 1st Tuesday after monday... -Inaugurati…
-Believed citizens were not educated to make decisions ... -most…
538 total... 435 from us house ... 100 from us senate... 3 from D.C.... 2…
Fear over a central leader
Tyranny; fear of king... Did not want a king
Presidential election
-Every 4 years... -November 1st Tuesday after monday... -Inaugurati…
80 terms
Executive Branch Government
presidential duty
presidential term and salary
22nd amendment
presidential salary
faithfully execute the law
22nd amendment
no one person can serve more than two terms or 10 years
$400,000
presidential duty
faithfully execute the law
presidential term and salary
22nd amendment
35 terms
Government Executive Branch
Attorney General
Secretary of State
Chief of Staff
Secretary of Defense
Loretta E. Lynch
John Kerry
Denis McDonough
Ashton Carter
Attorney General
Loretta E. Lynch
Secretary of State
John Kerry
38 terms
Government Executive Branch
leader of the armed services
methods used by congress to restrict t…
temporary relationships between a cong…
powers the president shared with congr…
commander in chief
mission, budget, personnel
iron triangle (sub government)
appointment, treaties, legislation
leader of the armed services
commander in chief
methods used by congress to restrict t…
mission, budget, personnel
37 terms
Government- Executive Branch
informal; ceremonial head of the unite…
formal; faithfully executes the law
formal; manager of the fifteen executi…
formal; foreign policy spokesperson
chief of state
chief executive
chief administration
chief diplomat
informal; ceremonial head of the unite…
chief of state
formal; faithfully executes the law
chief executive
CLEP Government Executive Branch
Executive Branch
President
Presidential duty
Presidential powers
includes the President, Vice-President, members of the Cabine…
Head of State, Head of the US Government, Commander-in Chief…
responsible for execution and enforcement of laws created by…
sign legislation into law, veto a bill, negotiate and sign tr…
Executive Branch
includes the President, Vice-President, members of the Cabine…
President
Head of State, Head of the US Government, Commander-in Chief…
executive branch (government)
executive duties
term
salary
qualification
enforce the law, commander in chief of army, foreign policy,…
4 years
400k per year
•citizen of USA... •lived in the US for 14 years... •35 years of age.
executive duties
enforce the law, commander in chief of army, foreign policy,…
term
4 years
AP Government Executive Branch
to become president: (3)
non-formal requirements of president:…
presidential pay and benefits: (9)
who elects president-electoral college…
-natural born citizen -14 years a resident of US... -at least 35…
male, protestant, wealthy, college-graduate, white, middle-ag…
1. congress determines the presidents salary (400,000)... -can'…
1. voters cast ballots for presidential electors who are pled…
to become president: (3)
-natural born citizen -14 years a resident of US... -at least 35…
non-formal requirements of president:…
male, protestant, wealthy, college-graduate, white, middle-ag…
36 terms
government: executive branch crossword
chief legislator
two
chief justice
impeachment
the role of the president where he suggests ideas for laws to…
article outlining the structure of the executive branch
in most cases has sworn in a president
defined as treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdeme…
chief legislator
the role of the president where he suggests ideas for laws to…
two
article outlining the structure of the executive branch
19 terms
Government Executive Branch Powers
Removal Power
Executive Privilege
Treaty Power
Executive Agreement
Power to remove Cabinet secretaries and their subordinates an…
Power of the president to keep his or her conversation with a…
Can make international agreements that have the abiding power…
Can make international agreements on less severe/critical mat…
Removal Power
Power to remove Cabinet secretaries and their subordinates an…
Executive Privilege
Power of the president to keep his or her conversation with a…
41 terms
AP Government Executive Branch
Head of State
Chief Executive Officer
Commander in Chief
Chief Legislator
Perform ceremonial jobs
Enforce acts of Congress, the rulings of the court, powers of…
Head of Armed Forces (only individual who can order the use o…
Recommends bills needed for an efficient and effective govern…
Head of State
Perform ceremonial jobs
Chief Executive Officer
Enforce acts of Congress, the rulings of the court, powers of…
25 terms
Government Executive Branch
Roles of the President
Chief of State
Chief Executive
Chief Administrator
Chief of State, Chief Executive, Chief Administrator, Chief D…
Ceremonial leader (queen in Canada) ... Awarding medals of honor…
Executes the law... Authorizes actions to prevent or end nationa…
Head of Exec Branch managing many departments... Appointing just…
Roles of the President
Chief of State, Chief Executive, Chief Administrator, Chief D…
Chief of State
Ceremonial leader (queen in Canada) ... Awarding medals of honor…
43 terms
AP Government Executive Branch
Americans want a strong president but
The Constitution framers generally wan…
The President's power can be best unde…
The Constitution says
not a concentration of power
with limited authority and responsibilities
shared with other branches of government as part of the Madis…
remarkably little about presidential power
Americans want a strong president but
not a concentration of power
The Constitution framers generally wan…
with limited authority and responsibilities
Government Executive Branch
Presidential elector
Winner take all
Electoral college
Platform
Body of electors chosen in different states, whose sole duty…
Situation or outcome where the WINNER TAKEs and receives ALL…
Body of electors chosen by the voters in each state to elect…
Public statement of the principles, objectives, and policy of…
Presidential elector
Body of electors chosen in different states, whose sole duty…
Winner take all
Situation or outcome where the WINNER TAKEs and receives ALL…
American Government: Executive Branch
the senate
order of succession
impeachment
forgiveness of a crime
who approves of the president's treaties?
what does the 25th amendment do?
a formal accusation of treason
pardon/amnesty
the senate
who approves of the president's treaties?
order of succession
what does the 25th amendment do?
16 terms
Government: Executive Branch Vocabulary
22nd Amendment
How long is a president's term?
25th Amendment
President
The president is limited to two terms in office
4 years
If the Vice President is needed in Congress and cannot come,…
The elected head of a sovereign state (in the USA, the head o…
22nd Amendment
The president is limited to two terms in office
How long is a president's term?
4 years
government executive branch
chief executive
what establishes formal qualifications?
minimum age
citizenship requirement
president: the top elected official in charge of enforcing la…
the constitution
35
native born citizen
chief executive
president: the top elected official in charge of enforcing la…
what establishes formal qualifications?
the constitution
Government executive branch
22nd amendment
amendment 20
25th amendment
presidential disability
limits the president to two terms
"lame duck" amendment; president inaugurated at noon on Jan.…
vice president becomes president if the office of president b…
vice president and majority of cabinet will write a letter sa…
22nd amendment
limits the president to two terms
amendment 20
"lame duck" amendment; president inaugurated at noon on Jan.…
Government Executive Branch
Appointment and Removal Powers
Executive Orders
Executive Privilege
Three roles of State Government
Appoints about 3,000 people for jobs in the executive branch.…
The presidents authority to tell the executive branches how t…
The president can withhold information from congress or the c…
-Education... -Transportation... -Law Enforcement
Appointment and Removal Powers
Appoints about 3,000 people for jobs in the executive branch.…
Executive Orders
The presidents authority to tell the executive branches how t…
26 terms
Government: Executive Branch
Chief executive
Cheif executive
Chief executive
Chief diplomat
Appointment and removal power
Grants pardons and reprieves
Oversee the executive branch
Representing the u.s. Abroad
Chief executive
Appointment and removal power
Cheif executive
Grants pardons and reprieves
Government: executive branch
Role of Chief Executive
Role of Diplomat
Role of Commander and Chief
Head of State
President sees that laws of Congress are carried out
President directs foreign policy
Power to make war, and will recognize governments from other…
Host visiting Kings and Queens and head of government
Role of Chief Executive
President sees that laws of Congress are carried out
Role of Diplomat
President directs foreign policy
27 terms
Executive branch government
22nd amendment
Compensation
25th amendment
Presidential succession act of 1947
Limit president to two four year terms
Salary of president
Presidential succession
Established order if both president and vp become unable to s…
22nd amendment
Limit president to two four year terms
Compensation
Salary of president
16 terms
Executive branch government
The chief executive of a country
An officer next in rank to a president
The division of governmental power int…
Constitutional mechanisms that authori…
President
Vice President
Separation of powers
Checks and balances
The chief executive of a country
President
An officer next in rank to a president
Vice President
38 terms
Government: Executive Branch
Electoral college
Winner-take-all
Treaty
Executive Agreement
A body of people representing the states of the US, who forma…
The candidate who wins the most votes wins all the delegates…
A formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries
An international agreement, usually regarding routine adminis…
Electoral college
A body of people representing the states of the US, who forma…
Winner-take-all
The candidate who wins the most votes wins all the delegates…
17 terms
government Executive branch
Impeachment
Presidential Formal Qualifications
Presidential inFormal Qualifications
chief executive
done by congress, majority vote, senate holds trial, 2/3 vote…
35 years old, native born, 14 years of living on state
business, law, or public service background. well educated.
presides over the federal bureaucracy, and carry out daily bu…
Impeachment
done by congress, majority vote, senate holds trial, 2/3 vote…
Presidential Formal Qualifications
35 years old, native born, 14 years of living on state
10 terms
Government: The Executive branch
Nine roles of the president
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief administator
Chief of state... Chief executive ... Chief administator ... Chief dip…
...
...
...
Nine roles of the president
Chief of state... Chief executive ... Chief administator ... Chief dip…
Chief of state
...
38 terms
AP Government: Executive Branch
Qualifications for president
22nd amendment
25th amendment
impeachment
at least 35 years old, natural born citizen, resident for 14…
limited presidency to two terms, four years each
Vice President can become president (appoint his own Vice Pre…
first step in removing anyone from office. house of reps keep…
Qualifications for president
at least 35 years old, natural born citizen, resident for 14…
22nd amendment
limited presidency to two terms, four years each
26 terms
Government- Executive Branch
Formal qualifications:
Informal qualifications
Term limits
How to get on the ballot:
-Natural-born citizen of US... -At least 35 years old... -Resident…
-experience in government... -importance of money(pay for campai…
4 years for 2 terms
-register with federal election committee... -file statement of…
Formal qualifications:
-Natural-born citizen of US... -At least 35 years old... -Resident…
Informal qualifications
-experience in government... -importance of money(pay for campai…
23 terms
Government - The Executive Branch
Barack Obama
Chief Executive
Commander in Chief
Legislative leader
Current President of the United States
As the President, this job makes me the leader of the executi…
As the President, this title makes me the leader of the armed…
As the President, this title means that I can recommend laws…
Barack Obama
Current President of the United States
Chief Executive
As the President, this job makes me the leader of the executi…
Ap Government Executive Branch
Patronage
Merit
Balance the Ticket
22nd Amendment
Get the job because their friends with the president
Get the job based on skill
Two Opposites that balance each other. ... Ie. Obama (Young and…
The amount of terms a president may serve... 2 terms, 4 years =…
Patronage
Get the job because their friends with the president
Merit
Get the job based on skill
42 terms
Government - Executive Branch
What is the main purpose of the execut…
In which Article in the Constitution d…
Chief of party
Chief administrator
...
2
leads party that controls executive branch
director of executive branch
What is the main purpose of the execut…
...
In which Article in the Constitution d…
2
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