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Article I: Legislative Branch. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Congress. Censure is a formal statement of disapproval.

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    1. Article I: Legislative Branch

    2. Congress

    3. Congress

    4. Congress

    5. Congress

    6. Congress

    7. Congress

    8. Congress

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    10. Congress

    11. Congress

    12. Congress

    13. Congress

    14. Congress

    15. Congress

    16. Congress

    17. Congress

    18. Censure is a formal statement of disapproval.  Expulsion actually removes the person from office.

    19. Congress

    20. Congress

    21. John BoehnerSpeaker of the House

    22. Gary Miller House Representative 31st District

    23. Congress

    24. Harry Reid Senate Majority Leader

    25. Senator Barbara Boxer (right)D-CA

    26. Senator Dianne FeinsteinD-CA

    27. Article II: Executive Branch

    28. Official Requirements to be President

    29. Official Requirements to be President 1. 35 years old 2. Natural Born Citizen 3. Live in the U.S. for 14 years

    30. Unofficial Presidential Requirements

    31. Unofficial Presidential Requirements How old?

    32. Unofficial Presidential Requirements How old? Most presidents have been in their 50’s.

    33. Unofficial Presidential Requirements How old? Most presidents have been in their 50’s. Why?

    34. Unofficial Presidential Requirements How old? Most presidents have been in their 50’s. Why? People want a president with experience.

    35. Unofficial Presidential Requirements How much education?

    36. Unofficial Presidential Requirements How much education? Most presidents have college educations. Most have gone to presitigeous universities.

    37. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Main jobs before becoming president?

    38. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Main jobs before becoming president? Lawyer General Governor Senator/Congressperson Teacher

    39. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Does a presidential candidate have to be well-known?

    40. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Does a presidential candidate have to be well-known? Yes

    41. Jimmy Carter spent 4 years running for President

    42. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Does a presidential candidate have to look good on TV?

    43. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Does a presidential candidate have to look good on TV? Yes

    44. Kennedy-Nixon Debate

    45. Mike Dukakis in Tank

    46. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Does a presidential candidate have to be wealthy?

    47. Unofficial Presidential Requirements Does a presidential candidate have to be wealthy? No, but it sure helps.

    48. Top 5 Richest Presidents 1. George Washington, 1789-17972. John F. Kennedy, 1961-19633. Andrew Jackson, 1829-18374. Lyndon B. Johnson, 1963-19695. Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933

    49. Unofficial Presidential Requirements What else have most presidents so far had in common?