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4/2/2014 18:10:13 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely It allows the Vice
4/3/2014 9:47:35 requiring troops to the United States Presidents can use The significance of
4/3/2014 13:17:49 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely The Twenty-Fifth
4/3/2014 11:05:13 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Presidents can use It specifically
4/3/2014 11:18:16 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely The 25th states that
4/3/2014 18:23:59 requiring troops to the advent of Congress rarely The Twenty-Fifth
4/3/2014 22:05:13 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely It outlines
4/4/2014 17:21:19 requiring troops to new technology Congress rarely It clarifies some of
4/4/2014 17:21:14 requiring troops to new technology Congress rarely The 25th
4/4/2014 17:27:56 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Presidents can use This amendment
4/5/2014 13:18:00 requiring troops to the bureaucracy has Congress rarely The significance of
4/5/2014 13:18:16 requiring troops to the bureaucracy has Congress rarely The significance of
4/5/2014 14:46:33 increasing the the Supreme Court Presidents can use If the president dies,
4/5/2014 15:18:50 requiring troops to the bureaucracy has The pocket veto has This Amendment
4/5/2014 18:52:01 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely The 25th
4/5/2014 16:37:32 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Presidents Defines the leader
4/5/2014 16:51:57 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely This significance of
4/5/2014 21:17:45 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely It gives the order in
4/5/2014 23:40:49 requiring troops to the Supreme Court The pocket veto has This set into place
4/6/2014 12:15:48 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Presidents can use The 25th
4/6/2014 14:23:10 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Presidents The Twenty-Fifth
4/6/2014 12:44:52 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely The Twenty-Fifth
4/6/2014 14:37:59 requiring troops to the advent of The pocket veto has The twenty-fifth
4/6/2014 17:56:50 requiring troops to the Supreme Court The pocket veto has it outlines the
4/6/2014 15:48:44 requiring troops to new technology The pocket veto has The Twenty Fifth
4/6/2014 15:49:24 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely It allows the Vice
4/6/2014 16:25:42 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Presidents can use The twenty-fifth
4/6/2014 16:27:23 requiring troops to the bureaucracy has The pocket veto has it defines the
4/6/2014 16:38:31 requiring troops to the bureaucracy has The pocket veto has It defines the
4/6/2014 16:45:54 requiring troops to new technology Congress rarely The Twenty Fifth
4/6/2014 16:52:24 requiring troops to the Supreme Court The pocket veto has It redefined how the
4/6/2014 17:05:36 requiring troops to new technology Congress rarely The twenty-fifth
4/6/2014 17:59:01 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely When a president is
4/6/2014 19:24:44 requiring troops to the Supreme Court Congress rarely Since it outlines
4/6/2014 18:34:34 requiring troops to new technology Presidents can use The 25 Amendment
4/6/2014 21:01:34 requiring troops to the advent of Presidents are more The significance of
4/6/2014 19:43:19 requiring troops to the Supreme Court The pocket veto has To outline who and
4/6/2014 22:46:46 requiring troops to the Supreme Court The pocket veto has It deals with
4/6/2014 21:12:16 requiring troops to the Supreme Court allows the vice
4/6/2014 22:26:27
preventing him from
sending troops into
crisis situations
without
congressional
approval
the bureaucracy has
expanded as the
government has
taken on more
regulatory
responsibilities
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
the 25th
amendment is
important because it
defines succession
of the president if
something were to
happen that would
hinder his abilities to
lead the country. if it
didnt exist,
succession of the
president could
become much more
of a problem that it
would need to be,
which would not
help the situation of
losing a president.
4/6/2014 22:28:03
preventing him from
sending troops into
crisis situations
without
congressional
approval
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
The pocket veto has
proved to be an
effective tool of
intimidation
The 25th
Amendment
explains what
happens when the
president is unable
to do his job and
who replaces him in
his time of illness or
death.
4/7/2014 6:36:47
preventing him from
sending troops into
crisis situations
without
congressional
approval
the United States
has become more
active in foreign
policy affairs
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
Grants the people
with the power to
vote.
4/7/2014 8:44:33
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
new technology
requires a more
immediate response
to crises than
Congress can offer
The pocket veto has
proved to be an
effective tool of
intimidation
If the president is
disabled the vice
president will
perform the duties
of the president.
The vice president
and the president
cabinet both have to
determine if the
president is unable.
4/7/2014 8:41:00
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the bureaucracy has
expanded as the
government has
taken on more
regulatory
responsibilities
The pocket veto has
proved to be an
effective tool of
intimidation
It decides what is to
be done when there
is a vacancy in the
Presidency. It
decides who takes
control and how the
line of succession
works.
4/7/2014 8:48:26
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
It allows the Vice
President to take
over the presidency
if both he and the
president's cabinet
determine that the
president is disabled
or unfit for office.
4/7/2014 12:16:25
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
The 25th
amendment is the
amendment that
defines the
responsibilities of
the vice president
and gives
instructions on what
to do in the event of
the president being
unable to fulfill his
duties because of
disabilities (like
Wilson when he had
a stroke).
4/7/2014 11:01:08
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
If the president
becomes incapable
of performing the
duties assigned and
both the vice
president as well as
congress agree he
or she is unwell;
then congress will
appoint the vice
president to full in
as active duty until
further notice on the
president's well
being. Afterwards if
the president is in a
state of well being
he may be
reinstated.
4/7/2014 19:36:50
preventing him from
sending troops into
crisis situations
without
congressional
approval
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
If the president is
disabled and unfit
for office at the time,
the twenty-fifth
amendment allows
the vice president to
step in as the acting
president. It also
states that the
recuperated
president can
reclaim the job once
he is able to.
4/7/2014 19:10:16
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the bureaucracy has
expanded as the
government has
taken on more
regulatory
responsibilities
Presidents are more
likely to veto
legislation at the
beginning of their
first term
This ammendment
is the one that make
the Vice President,
the President, if the
Vice President and
the Cabinet decide
the President is
disabled. It is also
important because it
outlines how the
disabled President
could take back his
position.
4/7/2014 21:45:45
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
The significance of
the twenty-fifth
amendment is that
in the event of a
president's death,
resignation, or
inability to lead that
someone will take
their place. It states
who will take over if
they cannot fulfill
their duties.
4/15/2014 16:11:37
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Presidents can use
a line-item veto to
reject only part of a
bill
The Twenty-Fifth
Amendment deals
with the problem of
a president
becoming unable to
fulfill his duties as
the head of the
United States. It
confronts the issue
of the vice
president's job as
well, and what his or
her duties would be
if the president were
to become unable.
4/15/2014 16:11:37
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Presidents can use
a line-item veto to
reject only part of a
bill
The twenty-fifth
amendment clarifies
that the vice-
president does
become president if
the current one
cannot carry out his
or her duties. It also
deals with the
specifics of
president disability
and what deems the
president incapable
of performing his or
her responsibilities.
4/8/2014 0:18:53
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
the Supreme Court
has increasingly
interpreted the
Constitution in favor
of the president
Congress rarely
overrides a veto
It takes war power
away from the
presidency and
gives it to congress.
thus, the president
cannot unilaterally
declare war without
the consent of
congress.
4/27/2014 16:37:13
requiring troops to
be withdrawn in 60
days unless
Congress declares
war or issues an
extension
new technology
requires a more
immediate response
to crises than
Congress can offer
Presidents are more
likely to veto
legislation at the
beginning of their
first term a
5/1/2014 15:52:49
preventing him from
sending troops into
crisis situations
without
congressional
approval
new technology
requires a more
immediate response
to crises than
Congress can offer
Presidents can use
a line-item veto to
reject only part of a
bill
The vice president
takes over office
when the president
dies or is unable to
perform his/her
duties.
5/6/2014 12:12:39
prohibiting him from
issuing executive
agreements that
engage the country
in war
new technology
requires a more
immediate response
to crises than
Congress can offer
Presidents can use
a line-item veto to
reject only part of a
bill abc
Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The Founders did - The District Plan
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. The electoral
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The District Plan,
Report to Congress Significant access to All of the above. The founders did District Plan-
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders did constitutional
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The three primary
Report to Congress Agricultural They can change The Founders did 1. The votes aren't
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The District Plan
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. The District Plan
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The three primary
Report to Congress Agricultural All of the above. The Founders did 1) the district plan
Report to Congress Agricultural All of the above. The Founders did 1) the district plan
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. Choice of elected
Approve Supreme Military service All of the above. The founders did 1. Direct election
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. The District Plan
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders Constitutional
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The Founders did The three primary
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The district plan
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders 1. District plan-
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did District Plan: allows
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. Electoral votes
Report to Congress Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. The District Plan
Approve Supreme Military service All of the above. The founders The district plan, the
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The Founders did 1.) The District Plan-
Approve Supreme Agricultural They have the same The Founders did 1. Completely
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1.District Plan-
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did -Direct popular
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders did District Plan: allows
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The District Plan:
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The District Plan -
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The Founders did 1. electoral votes
Make treaties Agricultural All of the above. The founders did direct election - no
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The District Plan,
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The District Plan,
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did direct popular vote
Approve Supreme Agricultural They have the same The founders did Reason 1 - Does
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did The district plan,
Approve Supreme Agricultural All of the above. The founders did Partial district-
Report to Congress Agricultural All of the above. The founders did 1. the district plan
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders
desired a strong,
single executive,
The founders did
not trust Congress
to make decisions
about the
presidency
1. Electoral College
votes aren't
distributed in exact
proportion (states
use winner take all),
so the winner of the
popular vote my not
win
2. Electors aren't
bound by
Constitution or by
any federal law to
vote for the
candidate favored
by the people of
their state
3. Elections may be
thrown into the
House of
Representatives
where voting is state
by state
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
One method is to
vote by federal
district instead of by
state. The second
option is to allocate
electoral votes
proportionally by the
popular vote similar
to Nebraska or
Maine, or as a third
option to go to just a
popular vote and
abolish the electoral
college.
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders desired a
strong, single
executive, The
founders did not
trust Congress to
make decisions
about the
presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
1. Get rid of it.
2.
3.
Report to Congress
in the State of the
Union Address
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency
1. Proportional plan:
Gives each canidate
a share in the vote
that they earned in
the popular vote.
2. Direct Popular
election: Each
persons vote would
count equally.
3. District plan:
Electors would be
elected in each
district.
Make treaties
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders
sought to balance
proportional and
equal representation
of states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
The President could
be decided through
direct majority vote,
solely through
electoral votes, or
through a
combination on the
two.
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders did not
trust Congress to
make decisions
about the
presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
- to do away with it
entirely
- to have all the
state's votes go
towards whoever
won the popular
vote in that state
- to have each state
vote proportionally
to the popular vote
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders desired a
strong, single
executive, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
-direct election
-proportional plan
-district plan
Make treaties
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders desired a
strong, single
executive, The
founders did not
trust Congress to
make decisions
about the
presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
1. Winner-takesit all
together and allow a
direct majority vote
by population.
2. To allow for equal
representation per
state in the e.c
rather than by
population equating
for how many votes
they receive.
3. Winner-takes-all
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing
They have the same
authority over the
federal government
as congressional
laws
The founders did
not trust Congress
to make decisions
about the
presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
Direct popular vote
which would mean
that each citizens
vote would count
equally in the
election. Another
would be to allow
electors to be
elected based on
the district instead
of having the winner
take it all. The last
would be to give the
candidate a share of
the electoral vote
that they earned in
the popular vote.
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency
Direct Vote
The District Plan
The Proportional
Plan
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders
desired a strong,
single executive,
The founders
sought to balance
proportional and
equal representation
of states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
1. The American
Bar Association has
criticized the
Electoral College as
archaic and
ambiguous. Public
opinion polls have
shown Americans
favored abolishing it
by majorities of 58
percent in 1967; 81
percent in 1968; and
75 percent in 1981.
2. Opinions on the
viability of the
Electoral College
system may be
affected by attitudes
toward third parties.
Third parties have
not fared well in the
Electoral College
system. For
example:
candidates with
regional appeal
such as Governor
Thurmond in 1948
and Governor
Wallace in 1968,
won blocs of
electoral votes in the
South.
Make treaties
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The Founders did
not trust a strong,
single executive,
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
The District Plan,
The Proportional
Plan, and the Direct
Popular Election
Make treaties
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The Founders did
not trust a strong,
single executive,
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders did not
trust Congress to
make decisions
about the
presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
1.) District Plan
2.) Proportional Plan
3.) Direct Popular
Election
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders did not
trust Congress to
make decisions
about the
presidency
1, District plan, allow
electors to be
elected in each
congressional
district
2, award electoral
votes based
proportionally on the
popular vote in a
state
3, get rid of the
college, and have a
direct presidential
election
Approve Supreme
Court appointments
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency a
Make treaties
Agricultural
upbringing All of the above.
The founders did
not trust the people
to make rational
decisions regarding
the presidency, The
founders desired a
strong, single
executive, The
founders did not
trust Congress to
make decisions
about the
presidency, The
founders sought to
balance proportional
and equal
representation of
states by giving
each state their
number of electoral
votes equal to their
representation in
Congress
Proportional Plan
District Plan
Direct- Election Plan
Grant
pardons/reprieves
Military service
background All of the above.
The founders
desired a strong,
single executive efg
Question 10 Question 11 Question 12 Question 13 Question 14
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Citizen Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Make decisions Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
8 years Office of Personnel Make decisions Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Make decisions Head of State Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Council of Economic Protect from foreign Head of State Have parents who
4 years Council of Economic Make decisions Head of State Have parents who
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years White House Office Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Make decisions Head of State Must be at least 35
8 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
8 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Citizen Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Make decisions Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
could extend Office of Personnel Make decisions Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years White House Office Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years White House Office Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Council of Economic Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Council of Economic Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Make decisions Head of State Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Protect from foreign Head of State Must be at least 35
8 years Office of Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Make decisions Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years Office of Personnel Protect from foreign Chief Diplomat Must be at least 35
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions, Carry out
laws consistently Head of State
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Carry out laws
consistently Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Council of Economic
Affairs
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Carry out laws
consistently Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
could extend
indefinitely if
reviewed by
Congress
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Carry out laws
consistently Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions, Carry out
laws consistently Head of State
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
could extend
indefinitely if
reviewed by
Congress
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions, Carry out
laws consistently Chief Citizen
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Make decisions
swiftly when
necessary, Carry
out laws consistently Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
Affiliated with a
major political party,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
could extend
indefinitely if
reviewed by
Congress
Office of Personnel
Management
Make decisions
swiftly when
necessary, Carry
out laws consistently Head of State
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of
Management and
Budget
Protect from foreign
attacks, Protect
rights and property
from factions, Carry
out laws consistently Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Protect
rights and property
from factions, Carry
out laws consistently Head of State
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions, Carry out
laws consistently Chief Citizen
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions, Carry out
laws consistently Chief Citizen
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Office of Personnel
Management
Make decisions
swiftly when
necessary Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
4 years
Council of Economic
Affairs
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions, Carry out
laws consistently Head of State
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
could extend
indefinitely if
reviewed by
Congress
Office of
Management and
Budget
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary Chief Diplomat
Must be at least 35
years of age,
Natural born citizen
of the United States,
A resident of the
U.S. for at least 14
years before taking
office
could extend
indefinitely if
reviewed by
Congress
Office of Personnel
Management
Protect from foreign
attacks, Make
decisions swiftly
when necessary,
Protect rights and
property from
factions Chief Diplomat
Affiliated with a
major political party,
Have parents who
were/are natural
born citizens of the
United States
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Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Renewal,
Reaffirmation
The 12th
Amendment clarified
that electors would
cast separate
ballots for president
and vice president,
so that the president
would be with his
running mate after
the election finished.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party Regime construction
The 12th
Amendment sets up
the contemporary
electoral college by
having electors vote
for a president and
vice president, not
voting twice for a
president and
having the runner up
become the vice
president.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Renewal,
Reaffirmation,
Dysfunction
It states the rules of
an election.
Electors are not
legally required to
vote for their state's
favored candidate
Destruction,
Dysfunction
Who becomes
president if the
president dies or is
disabled or unable
to perform the
duties of the
president.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Reaffirmation,
Dysfunction
That the President
and Vice-President
are voted for
separately, instead
of second place
becoming the Vice.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Dysfunction
It specifies the
separate election of
the president and
vice president by the
electoral college.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Renewal,
Destruction
It established the
voting procedures
by which the
president and vice
president are
elected. It replaced
the old procedures
in Article 1.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Renewal,
Dysfunction
On whether the vice
president is decided
by the loser of the
presidency rather
than by president
appointment. We
know that because
of the election in
1804 that there
must be a
separation of the v.p
and pres election by
the electoral college.
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legally required to
vote for their state's
favored candidate
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construction,
Dysfunction
It limited the
president to only two
terms in office
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Renewal,
Destruction,
Dysfunction
It defined the fact
that the President
and Vice President
would be elected
separately by the
electoral college.
Electors are not
legally required to
vote for their state's
favored candidate
Regime
construction,
Renewal,
Destruction
It clarifies that there
is a separate
election for the
president and the
vice president by the
electoral college.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Renewal,
Destruction,
Dysfunction
The Twelfth
Amendment deals
with the process of
electing a President
and Vice President
through the
Electoral College.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Renewal,
Dysfunction
The Twelfth
Amendment clarified
the process of
electing a President
and Vice President
by means of the
electoral college.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party Reaffirmation
Procedures for
electing both the
President and the
Vice President.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Reaffirmation,
Dysfunction a
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Renewal,
Dysfunction
It streamlined the
way electors vote.
Since the vice
president is the
candidate receiving
the second largest
number of electoral
votes, this candidate
may be from a
different political
party
Regime
construction,
Reaffirmation,
Dysfunction abc