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What is the least number of Presidential electors a state may have?
a) 1
b) 3
c) 2
d) 0

In order of presidential succession, the line is: President, Vice President____________
a) Speaker of the House
b) Secretary of State
c) President of the Senate
d) Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

What is forbidden under the Establishment Clause in regard to public schools?
a) Individual students praying
b) Student religious groups such as FCA
c) Students wearing religious clothing
d) School-led prayer

Which of the following is an example of double jeopardy?
a) Bill is arrested for robbing a store 5 months after the crime occured
b) Mary is found not guilty of murder but the judge still believes she is guilty and orders another trial
c) Roscoe is given 2 life sentences for 2 different crimes
d) Dustin serves 2 years in jail, and while on probation he is re-arrested for a new crime and is sent back to jail

The Bill of Rights originally protected you from:
a) the national government only
b) state governments
c) your employer
d) state and national governments

Which clause allows people to practice their religion freely as long as they don't harm others?
a) establishment clause
b) equal protection clause
c) free exercise clause
d) due process clause

Which Amendment forbids slavery?
a) 13
b) 14
c) 15
d) 16

Who approves presidential cabinet appointments?
a) House of Reps
b) Both Houses of Congress
c) The Senate
d) The Supreme Court

If you are tried for the same crime twice in the same jurisdiction, it is a violation called:
a) habeas corpus
b) writ of certiorari
c) original jurisdiction
d) double jeopardy

What is the main flaw of the Electoral College
a) It gives large states an unfair advantage
b) The winner of the popular vote is not guaranteed to be President
c) It gives third parties an advantage
d) It focuses on cities with large populations

How are a state's presidential electors chosen?
a) From the results of the popular vote
b) From the results of the primaries
c) By a convention held before the popular vote
d) By the incoming President

Which of the following is NOT a formal requirement to be President?
a) 35 years old
b) Natural Born Citizen
c) College Education
d) Live in the US for 14 years

Who brings charges of impeachment against the President?
a) Senate
b) Supreme Court
c) House of Representatives
d) the Vice President

Who has the power to declare war?
a) President
b) commander in chief
c) States
d) Congress

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