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$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ConventionsPresidentialSecurityElectoralCollegePresidentialTriviaCurrentEvents Hail to The Chief
C1-$100 Hail to the Chief - $100 This is the president’s role as the military leader.
C1-$200 Hail to the Chief - $200 Title as head of the Executive Branch.
C1-$300 Hail to the Chief - $300 In this role the president is the architect of government by submitting laws to Congress.
C1-$400 Hail to the Chief - $400 President’s role as ceremonial head of the U.S.
C1-$500 Hail to the Chief - $500 The president’s role as the negotiator of foreign policy.
C2-$100 Conventions - $100 The basic statement of a party’s principles; something they can stand on.
C2-$200 Conventions - $200 The main speech given at the convention.
C2-$300 Conventions - $300 They are chosen by the state conventions as representatives to the national convention.
C2-$400 Conventions - $400 The person chosen as the party’s candidate for president.
C2-$500 Conventions - $500 Most states use this system to chose delegates to the national convention.
C3-$100 Presidential Security - $100 Their duties also include tracking down counterfeiters.
C3-$200 Presidential Security - $200 November 22, 1963.
C3-$300 Presidential Security - $300 When the president isn’t aboard it’s designation is VC-52A.
C3-$400 Presidential Security - $400 Following the shooting of this president in March 1981, the press have been kept further away from the president.
C3-$500 Presidential Security - $500 Following the assassination of Robert Kennedy, Secret Service protection was extended to them.
C4-$100 Electoral College - $100 Each states electoral college number is based on this.
C3-200 Electoral College - $200 The main reason that the Founding Fathers set up the Electoral College system.
C3-$300 Electoral College - $300 In the electoral college system the candidate who wins the state gets the electors based on this formula.
C3-$400 Electoral College - $400 If neither candidate gets 270 electors, then the election will be determined by group.
C3-$500 Electoral College - $500 Al Gore won this vote but lost the electoral vote in 2000.
C4-$100 Presidential Trivia - $100 Identify this president.
C4-$200 Presidential Trivia - $200 This person is next in line of succession to the presidency following the vice-president.
C4-$300 Presidential Trivia - $300 The president was a former co- owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team.
C4-$400 Presidential Trivia - $400 Identify this president.
C4-$500 Jamestown - $500 This president was never elected.
C4-$100 Current Events - $100 Hurricane that caused the most expensive disaster in U.S. history.
C4-$200 Current Events - $200 A federal judge again ruled that this phrase in the pledge of allegiance was illegal.
C4-$300 Current Events - $300 NASA estimates it will cost $104 billion to return here.
C4-$400 Current Events - $400 This country just promised not to continue build nuclear weapons.
C4-$500 Current Events - $500 This country just had an election with no clear winner.
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