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This role allows the president to give orders to all members of the U.S. armed services
What is commander- in-chief?
This role expects the president to preside over ceremonies as the face of the U.S.
What is chief of state?
The president acts in this role when he vetoes a bill
What is chief legislator?
This role expects the president to do what is best for the public, rather than private interests
What is chief citizen?
When the president gives his State of the Union Address, he is primarily acting in this role
What is chief legislator?
This is the age one must be to become president
What is 35?
This is the maximum number of years any person can serve as president
What is 10?
This is the number of years one must be a citizen to become president
What is their whole life?
This is the total amount of monetary compensation the president gets in one year (while serving as president)
What is $400,000?
This is the Amendment that limited presidents to 2 terms
What is the 22 nd Amendment?
This person is after the Vice President in the line of succession
Who is the Speaker of the House?
This is the first of the cabinet secretaries in the line of succession
Who is the secretary of state?
If the vice president dies, this is how a new one is selected
What is the president picks someone, and a majority of both houses approve? (Thats the worst phrased question ever)
This Amendment makes the Vice- President the real president instead of the acting president if the president dies or resigns
What is the 25 th Amendment?
This is who can forcibly take the presidents power away if he is incapable of serving
Who are the Vice President and a majority of the cabinet?
This is the group of people whose vote really counts in choosing a president
What is the electoral college?
This term refers to picking a V.P. who can do well in states that you cant
What is balancing the ticket?
This type of nomination process only lets registered party members vote for a nominee
What is a closed primary?
This is what is necessary to become a major party nominee for president
What is a majority of delegates at the party convention?
This election revealed the grand problems of the Framers plan for choosing presidents
What is the election of 1800?
This governor of Arizona left her term of office early, allowing AZ Sec. of State Jan Brewer to take office
Who is Janet Napolitano?
The Rolling Stones sang, You cant always get what you want but if you try sometime, you will get this
What is get what you need?
This pop star bared her soul (and more…) during a Super Bowl halftime performance with Justin Timberlake
Who is Janet Jackson?
Who famously sang, Fly me to the moon, and let me play among the stars, let me see what Spring is like on Jupiter and Mars…
Who is Frank Sinatra?
Martin Luther King gave his I have a dream speech after 200,000 civil rights supporters marched on what city?
What is Washington D.C.?
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