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Grade 4 Executive Branch
Conventions are usually held....
  1. January or February
  2. July or August
  3. November or December
  4. None of the above
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
Grade 4 Executive Branch
The Executive Branch of the government is responsible for
  1. voting on important issues, confirming appointments, and writing laws
  2. determining whether a law or the Constitution has been violated
  3. enforcing laws and protecting the Constitution and the Nation
  4. none of these
Grade 4 Executive Branch
If a President disagrees with a bill he can choose to
  1. veto it
  2. vote for it
  3. throw it away
  4. tell the country to not vote for it
Grade 4 Executive Branch
The executive branch of the government
  1. makes the laws
  2. makes sure the laws are carried out
  3. makes sure the laws are fair
  4. appeals the laws
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Grade 4 Executive Branch
If a President disagrees with a bill he can choose to
  1. veto it.
  2. vote for it.
  3. change it.
  4. tell the country to not vote for it.
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Where does the President live and work?
  1. U.S. Capitol
  2. Washington Monument
  3. White House
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Which of the following is a requirement to become president?
  1. Must be 21 years old or older
  2. A Natural Born Citizen of the United States
  3. Must live in Africa for 2 years
  4. Must be born in Arkansas
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Grade 4 Executive Branch
How often is a president elected?
  1. Every 14 years
  2. Every other year
  3. Every 4 years
  4. Every 8 years
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Who is the President of the United States?
  1. George W. Bush
  2. Lyndon Johnson
  3. Barack Obama
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Who is the president of the United States               ?
  1. Barack Jones
  2. George W. Bush
  3. Barack Obama
  4. Bill Clinton
Grade 4 Executive Branch
Which sentence is false?
  1. The president leads all of the armed forces.
  2. The president can serve up to three terms.
  3. The president must be born in the United States.
  4. The president chooses Supreme Court judges.
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