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The first amendment gives Americans ______.
The first 10 amendments to the constitution is called the ____.
What is an amendment?
________ and _________ are the two houses of congress.
How many senators are in the Senate?
Senators serve __ years once elected.
Representatives serve __ years once elected.
Only United States Citizens can ____.
What do the 13 stripes on the flag stand for?
What do the 50 stars on the flag stand for?
______ and ______ are the US Congressmen for the Hazleton Area.
A US Senator serves _____.
The number of representatives a state has in the House depends on the _____ of a state.
How long does the presidents serve after being elected?
Who is the President of the United States?
Who is the Vice-President of the United States?
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
________ and ________ are the 2 major political parties in the United States.
What is the capital of the United States?
_______ and _________ are the two senators that serve Pennsylvania in the US Senate.
_________ stops on branch of government from becoming more powerful than the rest.
If the President can no longer serve the ___ becomes president.
______, _______, and _______ are the three branches of federal government in the United
States.
Under _____ the law applies to everyone.
______ is in charge of the executive branch.
The ____ is the highest court in the United States.
Martin Luther King Jr. lead the ______.
You must be ___ and a United States Citizen to vote for President.
____ is the current Speaker of the House.
Americans participate in their democracy by _____.
The ____ is the supreme law of the land.
The Constitution has ___ amendments.
The Declaration of Independence ______.
What is the capital of Pennsylvania?
Independence Day is _____.
______ states the idea of self-government at the beginning of the constitution.
When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
The framers ______ at the Constitutional Convention.
The Constitution was written in ____.
If the President and vice-president cannot serve ___ becomes the President.
The ____ vetoes bills.
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The Judicial Branch ____.
The President belongs to the ____ party.
The idea of ____, ____, and _____ are outlined in the Declaration of Independence.
Freedom of Religion means ______.
____ makes federal laws.
____ is the Governor of Pennsylvania.
At the Constitutional Convention ___ was the oldest of the framers.
What movement tried to end racial discrimination?
Who was the first President of the United States?