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Which part of the judicial branch of government has the most power?
a) Superior Court b) Supreme Court c) Probate Court d) Court of Appeals
If the governor veto’s a bill, how can the legislature override the veto?
a) with 2/3 vote of one house of the General Assembly b) with 2/3 vote of both houses of the General Assembly c) with 3/4 vote of one house of the General Assembly d) with 3/4 votes of both houses of the General Assembly
Describe how the judicial branch of government fulfills its role for the state of Georgia.
a) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through the people's votes. b) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through many state agencies. c) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through the law-making process. d) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia by reviewing death penalty sentences and ensuring justice for citizens.
Which official’s duty is to act as the state’s chief executive when the formal elected official (governor) is out of the state?
a) Secretary of State b) Attorney General c) Lieutenant Governor d) Speaker of the House
How does the Executive branch of the government fulfill its role for the state of Georgia?
a) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through many state agencies. b) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through the law-making process. c) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through the process of due law. d) It fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through the people's votes.
Identify the formal powers (duties) of the Governor
a) Leads the state patrol; oversees operation of executive branch, interprets laws b) Suggests ideas for new laws and proposes the annual budget; Makes laws; oversees the processes in cases c) Oversees the judicial system; appoints all the judges; appoints the Chief Justice d) Commander-in-chief of state’s military; Oversees operation of executive branch; Suggests new laws and proposes annual budget
Identify the difference in the qualifications of the governor and lieutenant governor.
a) The Governor can serve no more than two consecutive terms , but the Lieutenant Governor can serve unlimited terms. b) The Governor can serve an unlimited amount of terms, but the Lieutenant Governor can serve no more that two consecutive terms c) The Governor must be 35 years old, but the Lieutenant Governor must be 30 years old. d) The Governor must be 30 years old, but the Lieutenant Governor must be 25 years old.
Which branch of the government fulfills its role for the state of Georgia through the law-making process?
a) Executive branch b) Judicial branch c) Legislative branch d) People branch
Identify the qualifications for the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor.
a) The governor must be 35 years old, and the lieutenant governor 30 years old, a resident of GA for 6 years, and U.S. citizen. b) Both must be at least 30 years old, a resident of Georgia for six years, and a U.S. citizen for 15 years. c) Both must be at least 35 years old, a resident of GA, and a US citizen. d) The governor must be 30 years old, the lieutenant governor 25 years old, a resident of GA for 6 years, and a U.S. citizen.
Describe the basic steps for a bill to become a law.
a) A citizen has an idea and tells the governor. The governor makes it a law. b) A member has an idea for a law. It is introduced and assigned to a committee. Accepted by both houses and sent to the gov c) The governor has an idea and makes it a law. d) A member has an idea for a law. It is introduced to the houses and is made into a law.
Give an example of the governor having judicial power.
a) The governor has the power to set the budget. b) The governor has the power to pardon criminals. c) The governor has the power to oversee court cases. d) The governor has the power to veto bills.
Identify the largest branch of Georgia’s government.
a) Executive branch b) Judicial branch c) Legislative branch d) People branch
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