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Executive Branch Questions - All Grades

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Grade 3 Executive Branch
Grade 12 Executive Branch
Which THREE things qualifies a person to vote in the U.S.?
  1. Residency
  2. Income
  3. Citizenship
  4. Level of education
  5. Minimum age of 18
Grade 5 Executive Branch
To be president the minimum age requirement is ....
  1. 35 years old
  2. 18 years old
  3. 45 years
  4. 50 years old
Grade 12 Executive Branch
How many consecutive terms can the president serve?
  1. two
  2. three
  3. four
  4. there is no limit
Grade 12 Executive Branch
American presidents are elected :
  1. every four years
  2. every five years
  3. every six years
  4. every seven years
Grade 6 Executive Branch
Who is in charge of the Executive Branch?
  1. Congress
  2. President
  3. Supreme Court
Grade 2 Executive Branch
Who is the leader of our country?
  1. governor
  2. president
  3. congress
  4. judge
Grade 3 Executive Branch
Grade 2 Executive Branch
Grade 3 Executive Branch
Grade 5 Executive Branch
This person has the power to veto laws.
  1. the president
  2. the vice president
  3. the governor
  4. a member of Congress
Grade 6 Executive Branch
The Executive Branch is headed by the?
  1. President of the United States
  2. Congress
  3. Supreme Court
  4. Capitol Hil
Grade 3 Executive Branch
Where does the President live?
  1. The White House
  2. The Little White House
  3. Your house
  4. The Parthenon
Grade 5 Executive Branch
Grade 6 Executive Branch
Grade 3 Executive Branch
What is the main job of the executive branch?
  1. To carry out the laws.
  2. To make sure the laws agree with the Constitution.
  3. To make the laws.
  4. To meet with foreign leaders.
Grade 4 Executive Branch
The Executive Branch of government refers to
  1. the Supreme Court, and other judges
  2. the President, a governor, or mayor
  3. the Senate, the House of Representatives
  4. none of these
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