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Vocabulary Branches of Government Ohio Presidents More Vocabulary Other Facts More Facts
Someone who is born in a country or promises to be loyal to the country. A 100
Citizen A 100
A system in which the people hold the power of government. A 200
Democracy A 200
The way voters choose people to serve in government. A 300
Election A 300
An idea for a law. A 400
Bill A 400
A plan for spending and saving money. A 500
Budget A 500
This branch of government is headed by the President of the United States of America. B 100
The Executive Branch B 100
The house of representatives and the Senate are two parts of which branch of government. B 200
The Legislative Branch B 200
The Constitution limits the governments power by. B 300
Dividing it into three Branches. B 300
The three branches of government are. B 400
The Legislative Branch The Executive Branch The Judicial Branch B 400
This branch of government is headed by the supreme court. B 500
The Judicial Branch B 500
This president was only in office for 1 month, he was the 9 th president. C 100
William Harrison C 100
He was born on April 27 th 1822, he was the 18 th president. C 200
Ulysses S. Grant C 200
He was the first president to have electricity in the White House, he was the 23 rd president. C 300
Benjamin Harrison C 300
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He was born in Canton Ohio, he was the 25 th president. C 400
William McKinley C 400
He was shot in 1881, he was the 20 th president. C 500
James Garfield C 500
To stop a bill from becoming a law. D 100
Veto D 100
Local and self governing D 200
Municipal D 200
Someone who is running for a government office. D 300
A candidate D 300
Something that is done for the good of most people. D 400
Common good D 400
A group of people who decide court cases. D 500
Jury D 500
It means people hold the power to govern. E 100
By the people E 100
They represent voters in the government. E 200
Representatives E 200
This is the countrys highest court. E 300
The supreme court E 300
This country controlled the colonies before E 400
Great Britain E 400
This allows Americans to gather and protest. E 500
The Freedom of Assembly E 500
This allows people to say what they feel. F 100
Freedom of Speech F 100
County government works with state government to. F 200
Carry out laws F 200
Local leaders are chosen through F 300
Elections F 300
This means that cities and villages can decide their own laws, taxes, and services F 400
Home Rule F 400
Repairing streets, collecting trash, and caring for public buildings is whose job. F 500
The local governments in cities and villages F 500
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