Naturalization Questions - Part 1
12. George Washington.
13. George W. Bush.
14. Dick Cheney.
15. The Electoral College.
16. The vice president.
17. The supreme law of the land.
19. 27 amendments.
20. Executive, Judicial and Legislative.
22. The Senate and the House of Representatives.
24. The citizens of the U.S.
25. There are 100 senators in Congress, two from each state.
26. Six years.
27. In New York, Charles Schumer and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
28. There are 435 voting members in the House of Representatives.
29. Two years.
30. The president.
31. The president is elected for four years.
32. The Supreme Court.
33. To interpret and explain the laws.
34. The Constitution.
35. The first 10 amendments to the Constitution.
36. In New York, Albany.
37. In New York, George Pataki.
38. The speaker of the House
39. John G. Roberts.
40. Virginia, Massa-chusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Georgia
41. Patrick Henry.
42. Germany, Italy and
44. Two full terms.
45. A civil rights leader.
46. A candidate for president must
. be a native-born, not naturalized, citizen,
. be at least 35 years old, and
. have lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years.
47. Each state elects two senators.
48. The president nominates judges for the Supreme Court.
49. There are nine Supreme Court Justices.
50. To gain religious freedom.