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Row 1, Col 1 The total amount of members in the House of Representatives and how many representatives are from Illinois. What is 435 and 18?
1,2 The total amount of senators in the Senate are __________ and how many are from Illinois? What are 100 and 2?
1,3 Years a President serves in one term and how many days does he have to either approve or veto a bill. What is 4 and 10?
1,4 Electoral College votes needed to become President. What is 270?
2,1 Term for senator and representative. What is 6 years and 2?
2,2 Minimum age for senator, representative and president. What is 30 years, 25 years, and 35?
2,3 Minimum age of a Supreme Court justice and how many justices are there? None specified and 9?
2,4 Main duty of the legislative, executive, and judicial branch. What is make laws, enforce laws, and interpret laws?
3,1 What part of Congress approves appointments the President makes to the Supreme Court? What is the Senate?
3,2 Where does a bill go to after Congress passes it? What is the President?
3,3 The title given to the head of the Supreme Court? What is Chief Justice?
3,4 The number of representatives of a given state is determined by………… What is the population of the state as determined by a ten-year census?
4,1 The number of electors in the Electoral College for each state is determined by…………. What is the number of senators and representatives?
4,2 The building where Congress meets. What is the Capitol?
4,3 Impeachment means…… What is accuse a public official of doing something wrong?
5,1 Name these bills: -Trial by Jury -Freedoms of speech, press…. -Right to speedy trial What is 7, 1, and 6
5,2 Name these Bills: -People retain rights not listed in the Constitution -Not to be a witness against yourself -No quartering of troops, housing of soldiers What are 9, 5, and 3?
5,3 Name these Bills: -No unreasonable searches -No excessive bail or cruel and unusual punishment What are 4 and 8?
5,4 Name these Bills: -Right to own guns, bear arms -States reserve all powers not given to the federal government What are 2 and 10?
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