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Executive Learning Target 1 Lecture for Nilsen's Government class

Executive Learning Target 1 Lecture for Nilsen's Government class

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  • 1. Executive Branch
    Nilsen: Gov
  • 2. What does the Constitution say about the executive branch?
  • 3. Chief executive = President
  • 4. Service Requirements:
    Natural Born Citizen
    35 Years Old
    Resident for 14 Years
  • 5. Succeeded by Vice President upon death
  • 6. Presidential Powers:
  • 7. Chief Executive
  • 8. Commander in Chief
  • 9. Power of Pardon
  • 10. Make treaties
  • 11. Appoint Judges (with Senate approval)
  • 12. Appoint Cabinet Members (with Senate approval)
  • 13. Deliver State of the Union Address
  • 14. Get together in a small group. Find this stuff in the Constitution.
  • 15. How do we prevent Presidential abuse of power?
  • 16. Impeachment
  • 17. For “high crimes and misdemeanors”
  • 18. House does impeachment
  • 19. Senate does trial
  • 20. How do we pick a President?
  • 21. Election!
  • 22. How do you get to run for President?
  • 23. State Primary
  • 24. State Caucus
  • 25. Party Convention
  • 26. Superdelegates
  • 27. How do you win the Presidential election?
  • 28. Electoral College
  • 29. 538 votes – need a majority
  • 30. How do you get a vote in the electoral college?
  • 31. Win a state’s election: get all that state’s votes.
  • 32. Get together in a small group. Find this stuff in the Constitution.
  • 33. What are different leadership styles?
  • 34. Authoritarian
  • 35. Democratic
  • 36. Laissez Faire