By Logan Paschal
The right for the final vote to be from the citizens of the United States.
The right for the citizens of the United States to vote on a person like the president or governor or person that is running in office.
That power is divided between the United States government and the states government which gives some power to the states to make things different.
Separation of Powers
Divides the power between Executive branch, Judicial branch, and the Legislative. Which give each branch equal powers.
Checks and Balances
Each branch has different advantages over each other.
The power that the government has is limited by the constitution because they have certain rules they can't change.
Rights that every American citizens have for example right to bear arms and freedom of speech and others.