United States Constitution

Article 2 Quiz 1

Click on the radio button in front of the best answer to the question. Your answer will appear in the text bos after you anwer the last question.

 

1. The executive power of the United States is vested in the
Congress
president
Supreme Court

 

2. The presidential term is how many years?
two
four
three

 

3. The president and vice-president are elected by
the people directly
the Congress
electors appointed by the state

 

4. The part of the vote that a candidate must have to become president is
one-half
two-thirds
three-quarters

 

5. How old must a person be to be president?
twenty-five
thirty
thirty-five

 

6. A candidate must be citizen for how long to be president?
seven years
fourteen years
The president must be a citizen from birth

 

7. Who by law determines the removal of either the president or vice-president?
Congress
Supreme Court
the citizens of the United States

 

 

 

is your score.

 

 

 

 

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