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Continuing Education US Government Questions

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Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
For how long is the President elected?
  • 4 years
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
What are the 2 major political parties in the U.S. today?
  • Democratic and Republican
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
Who becomes the President of the United States if the President dies?
  • Vice-President
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
How many states are there in the United States?
  • 50
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
How many stripes are there on the US flag?
  • 13
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
What is the date of Independence Day?
  • 4th of July
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
How many stars are there on the US flag?
  • 50
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
What are the colors of the US flag?
  • Red, White, and Blue.
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
Who was the first President of the United States?
  • George Washington
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
Who is the Vice-President of the United States today?
  • Richard Cheney
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
What is the 4th of July?
  • Independence Day
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
What do the stars on the US flag mean?
  • States in the union
Continuing Education :: US Government by webbie212
How many states are there in the Union?
  • 50
Continuing Education :: North Carolina by missagp
What is the capital of NC?
  1. Whraley Vahm
  2. Raleigh
  3. Durham
  4. Wilx
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