Executive. Leo Kim, Jeremy Robideau and Tony Ko. Table of Contents. Thesis Who? Authority Responsibility How to be an executive? Limitation Images Bibliography. Thesis.
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Leo Kim, Jeremy Robideau and Tony Ko
How to be an executive?
The executive branch is the most important branch of three: Executive, Legislative, Judicial, because the executive branch has most authority with most responsibility.
Each representative and senator represents one vote; Massachusetts gets 12 votes, California gets 55, Idaho gets 3, all based on population. The U.S. citizens vote.
A candidate must receive over 50% of the electoral votes to become president.
“If the Electoral College does not give any candidate the necessary majority, the House of Representatives chooses the president from among the top three candidates in electoral votes.
A two-force majority can overthrow the executives’ decisions.
“Can be impeached for treason, bribery, or other high crimes or misdemeanors.”
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