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Government jeopardy game

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    • 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 1 Point The U.S. Government Congress The Presidency Bill of Rights Courts
    • Executive, Judicial & Legislative
    • What are the three branches of United States Government?
    • Uncle Sam
    • What is the name of this character?
    • Republic
    • What form of government is the United States?
    • 1788
    • What year was the Constitution ratified?
    • Political Action Committee
    • When a group or corporation wants to contribute to an election, they must do so through a ____.
    • The United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate
    • What Two Legislative Bodies make up the United States Congress?
    • Phil Roe
    • Who Is The Current Representative From Our Congressional District?
    • 435
    • How many votes are there in the House of Representatives?
    • 9
    • How Many Members Does Tennessee Have in the United States House of Representatives?
    • Joe Biden
    • Who Is The President Of The Senate?
    • The Executive Branch
    • The president is the head of which of branch of government?
    • At least 35 years old
    • How old must someone be to become president?
    • The Electoral College
    • Who elects the United States president?
    • Up to 60 days
    • For how long can the president deploy U.S. soldiers without permission from Congress?
    • The 22 nd Amendment
    • Which Constitutional Amendment prevents a president from being elected to more than two terms?
    • The 1 st Amendment
    • Which Amendment Protects Freedom of Speech?
    • The 5 th Amendment
    • Which Amendment Allows Someone to Avoid “self-incrimination”?
    • The 2 nd Amendment
    • Which Amendment Protects the Right to Bear Arms?
    • The 8 th Amendment
    • Which Amendment Prevents Cruel and Unusual Punishment?
    • The 3 rd Amendment
    • Which amendment says you do not have let soldiers stay at your house during peace time?
    • Judicial Review
    • What power allows the Supreme Court to Declare a Law Unconstitutional?
    • Nine
    • How many positions are there on the Supreme Court?
    • John Roberts
    • Who is the Current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
    • District Court, Court of Appeals, Supreme Court
    • What are the three levels of U.S. federal courts?
    • John Marshall
    • What early Supreme Court Chief Justice was the first to use the power Judicial Review?