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Grade 7 US Laws and Amendments
Presidential Succession
  1. 21st
  2. 22nd
  3. 25th
  4. 27th
Grade 4 Defining Words
Nomad means:
  1. roamer
  2. religious
  3. preacher
  4. presidential
Grade 12 US Government
Grade 10 US Government
Which of the following describes the government of the United States?
  1. Parliamentary, representative, unitary
  2. Unitary, presidential, parliamentary
  3. Dictatorship, parliamentary, representative
  4. Federal, presidential, representative
Grade 12 Executive Branch
Presidential Succession is best described as
  1. how a president plans to build a successful country
  2. a plan for replacing the president if something happened to him
  3. a way to judge the effectiveness of the president
  4. a way to build on the success of other presidents
Grade 5 US Government
What month is the presidential election held in?
  1. December
  2. August
  3. January
  4. November
Grade 12 US Government
Who makes up the presidential cabinet?
  1. the presidential carpenter
  2. heads of executive departments
  3. the fifty governors
  4. all of the above
Grade 9 Civil War
Who won the 1860 presidential election?
  1. Abraham Lincoln
  2. Stephen Douglas
  3. John C. Breckinridge
  4. John Bell
Grade 9 Legislative Branch
The Chamber of Congress that approves presidential appointments is the:
  1. House of Representatives
  2. Senate
  3. Must be approved by both
  4. Appointments don't have to be approved
Grade 8 Executive Branch
Which of the following nominates presidential candidates?
  1. Electoral College
  2. Political parties
  3. State governments
  4. Federal legislature
Grade 3 US Government
Who can vote in a presidential election?
  1. anyone over 16
  2. boys only
  3. citizens that are over 18
  4. anyone that lives in the United States
Grade 11 Civil War
Who won the presidential election of 1860?
  1. Stephen Douglas
  2. Jefferson Davis
  3. George Jefferson
  4. Abraham Lincoln
Grade 3 US Government
Who can vote in a presidential election?
  1. Anyone over 16
  2. Only men.
  3. Citizens that are over 18.
  4. Anyone that lives in the United States.
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