Citizenship Quiz

Declaration of Independence
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1. How many U. S. Senators does each state have?

1 Senator
2 Senators
3 Senators
4 Senators

2. Who does a U.S. Senator represent?

All citizens in that Senator’s state
All citizens in the district in which the Senator lives
All citizens of the same party affiliation as the Senator
All state citizens of the same party affiliation as the Senator

3. What decides each state’s number of U. S. Representatives?

The majority political party
The state’s population
The Senate
The minority political party

4. Which of the following is NOT an example of checks and balances?

The President vetoes a bill.
Congress approves the President’s budget.
The Supreme Court strikes down a law.
Collective rights overrule civil rights.

5. We elect a President for how many years?

2 Years
4 Years
6 Years
8 Years

6. How old must a President be?

35 or older
42 or older
48 or older
55 or older

7. If the President can no longer serve, who next becomes President?

The Speaker of the House
The Vice President
The Minority Whip
The Secretary of State

8. Who signs bills to become laws?

The Senate
The House (of Representatives)
The President
The Supreme Court

9. Who vetoes bills?

The House (of Representatives)
The Senate
The Supreme Court
The President

10. How many full terms can a President serve?

1 Term
2 Terms
3 Terms
4 Terms