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Twelfth Grade (Grade 12) US Government Questions

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Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Who serves as the jury in impeachment trials?
  1. House
  2. Senate
  3. Supreme Court
  4. Convention of the States
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Who casts tie-breaking votes in the Senate?
  1. Majority Leader
  2. President Pro Tempore
  3. Speaker
  4. US Vice President
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
Who was the first female Speaker of the House?
  1. Lisa Murkowski
  2. Susan Collins
  3. Nancy Pelosi
  4. Elizabeth Warren
Grade 12 Legislative Branch
What committee considers revenue bills?
  1. House Ways & Means
  2. House Appropriations
  3. Senate Taxing
  4. Senate Foreign Relations
Grade 12 US Government
What is the division of powers between the states and the federal government called?
  1. Checks and Balances
  2. Federalism
  3. Separation of Powers
  4. Dividing of the Assets
Grade 12 US Laws and Amendments
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 12 Executive Branch
American presidents are elected :
  1. every four years
  2. every five years
  3. every six years
  4. every seven years
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 US Government
What is the electoral college?
  1. The place where you vote
  2. A committee which appoints the presidential candidates
  3. Candidates to the Congress
  4. The people who actually vote for President and Vice-President
Grade 12 US Government
The division of government into three branches is called:
  1. Governmental Division
  2. Separation of Powers
  3. Blocks and Detours
Grade 12 US Laws and Amendments
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