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US Citizenship Test - Washington State Variable

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According to the constitution, a person must meet certain requirements in order to be eligible to become president. Name these requirements: From what country did the US get its independence? How is the number of senators determined? How many branches are there in our government? How many different presidencies have there been in the US? How many house seats are there in the Washington state legislature? How many official changes have been made to the constitution? How many representatives are there in our federal government? How many senate seats are there in the Washington state legislature? How many senators are there in our federal government? How many states are there in the USA? How many stripes are there in the flag? How many supreme court justices are there? How many times may a congressman be re-elected? How many times may a senator be re-elected? How many years can a president serve? In what month do we vote for the president? In what month is the new president inaugurated? In what year did Washington become a state?

Must be a natural born citizen of the US, must be at least 35 years old by the time he/she will serve, must have lived in the united states for at least 14 years. England 2 from each state.

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In what year was Jamestown Colony established? In what year was the constitution ratified? In what year was the constitution written? Name 3 rights or freedoms guaranteed by the bill of rights? Name one benefit of being a citizen of the US. Name one right guaranteed by the first amendment. Name the branches of our federal government. Name the senators from Washington State (2012) Name the thirteen original states.

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1788

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1787

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freedom of speech, religion and press.

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98

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Obtain federal government jobs, travel with a US passport, petition for close relatives to come to the US to live. Freedom of speech

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435

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Legislative, executive and judiciary

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100

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50 13 9 There is no limit There is no limit 10

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Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell

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Connecticut, new hampshire, new york, new jersey, massachusetts, pennsylvania, delaware, virginia, north carolina, south carolina, georgia, rhode island, and maryland. The senate and the house of representatives.

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What 2 bodies make up congress? What are the 2 major political parties in the US today? What are the 49th and 50th states of the union?

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Democratic and republican

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November January
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Alaska and Hawaii

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1889

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What are the duties of congress? What are the duties of the supreme court? What are the first 10 amendments to the constitution called? What colony had the highest population during the constitutional convention? What color are the stripes? What country was our major ally in the revolutionary war? What did the emancipation proclamation do? What do the stripes on the flag stand for? What do we call a change to the constitution? What does the legislature do? What is popular sovereignty? What is the basic belief of the declaration of independence? What is the capital city of Washington State? What is the constitution? What is the executive branch of our government? What is the head executive of a city government called? What is the head executive of a state government called? What is the introduction to the constitution called? What is the judiciary branch of our government? What is the length of one presidential term? What is the length of one term for an elected senator? What is the length of one term for an elected US house representative?

To make laws to interpret laws the Bill of Rights

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What is the minimum voting age in the USA? What is the most important right granted to US citizens? What is the name of the collection of essays written by alexander hamilton james madison and john jay who were supporters of the constitution? What is the term used for a system that divides power between a central government and several regional governments? What is the term used to describe a 2 house legislature? What is the US capitol building? What is the white house? What kind of government does the US have? What special group advises the president? What supreme court case overturned "seperate but equal" policies? What were the 13 original states of the USA called? When was the declaration of independence adopted? Where does freedom of speech come from? Which countries were our three main enemies during world war II? Which president is called the "Father of our country"? Which president served 2 non-consecutive terms? Which state has the most representation in congress? Who are the independents in the US senate? Who becomes president of the USA if the president and the vice-president should die?

18 The right to vote The federalist

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Virginia

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Red and white France Freed many slaves in confederate states. They represent the original 13 states Amendments The branch that writes laws Government receives power from people and governs only with their consent. That all men are created equal Olympia

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Federalism

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Bicameral

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The place where congress meets The presidents official home Republican/Representative Democracy The cabinet Brown v. Topeka board of education Colonies July 4, 1776 The bill of rights Germany, Italy and Japan

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The supreme law of the land The president, cabinet, and departments under the cabinet members mayor governor

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George Washington Grover Cleveland California Bernie Sanders and Joe Lieberman Speaker of the House of Representatives

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The Preamble
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The supreme court and lower federal courts 4 years

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6 years
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2 years

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Who becomes president of the USA if the president should die? Who can introduce a law in congress? Who elects congress? Who elects the president of the USA? Who has the power to declare war? Who is St. Louis Park's mayor? Who is the chief justice of the supreme court? Who is the commander in chief of the US military? Who is the current governor of Washington (2012)? Who is the most recent addition to the supreme court? Who is the president of the USA today? Who is the speaker of the house of representatives? Who is the US secretary of state? Who is the vice-president of the USA today? Who said, "Give me liberty or give me death"? Who selects the supreme court justices? Who signs bills into law? Who was Martin Luther King Jr.? Who was the first black person on the US supreme court? Who was the first president of the USA? Who was the main writer of the declaration of independence? Who was the major writer of the constitution? Who was the president during the civil war?

Vice president A member of congress The people The electoral college Congress Jeff Jacobs John Roberts The president Christine Gregoire Elena Kagan Barack Obama John Bochner Hilary Clinton Joe Biden Patrick Henry appointed by the president The president A civil rights leader Thurgood marshall George Washington Thomas Jefferson James Madison Abraham Lincoln

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Who were our 5 most recent presidents before the current president? Who wrote the starspangled banner? Whose rights are guaranteed by the constitution and the bill of rights? Why did the pilgrims come to america?

George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter Francis Scott Key Everyone (Citizens and noncitizens living in the US)

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75. 76.

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for religious freedom

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