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    • Executive/Legislative/ Judicial By: JaceAguchak
    •  The executive branch is made up of the president, the vice president, members of the cabinet, and other officials, but the President is head of the executive office.
    •  The Legislative Branch is made up of two houses of congress, The Senate and The House of Representatives, they both don’t have control over each other, they have to work together.
    •  The Judicial Branch is made of the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court has nine justices, or judges, eight associate justices, and one chief justice. (Couldn’t find a picture)
    •  In order to be a President of the United States, you have to be at least 35 years old, have to be a natural born citizen, have to be a resident of the U.S for at least fourteen years, and you have to be elected by the entire country of America. The president has a four year term limit, and can’t be elected more than twice. The president approves and carries out laws passed out by the legislative branch or disapproves laws passed out. The president can also be impeached (removed from office) by the Judicial branch. He appoints and removes cabinet members and officials (like the justices of the supreme court). He negotiates treaties, and acts as head of state and commander of the armed forces. There is also one Vice President, and 15 departments of the Cabinet, the Cabinet’s job is to give advice about important matters.
    •  To be in the Legislative Branch in the Senate part you have to be at least 30 years old, you have to be a U.S citizen tor at least nine years, and you have to be a resident of the state one is elected to represent in the Senate. A Senator can represent a state for at least six years. To be House of Representative member, you have to at least 25 years old, be a citizen for at least 7 years, and be a inhabitant for the state they represent. The most important duty for the Legislative Branch is to make laws, laws are written discussed and voted in congress. If there is a tie between votes, the vice president is on the senate, he can choose on which choice to vote on and the decision will be made.
    •  If you want to be apart of the Judicial Branch you have to be appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. When you are appointed by the President, you are appointed for life until you die. The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land. It’s decisions are final, and no other court can overrule this court. The supreme court oversees the court system of the U.S. Through court cases, the Judicial Branch explains the meaning of the Constitution and laws passed by Congress. The Judicial rules whether something is constitutional or not, whether or not permitted under the Constitution.
    •  This is the three branches of government and why they’re important, what they do, and how to qualify for those positions.