Presidential Pamphlet

Jens Lund & Tarra Willox

Constitutional Requirements to be President

  1. Be a natural born U.S. citizen
  2. Be at least 35 years of age
  3. Have lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years

Salary, Benefits, & Perks




  • Presidential Car
  • Health benefits
  • Free transportation in the presidential limousine, Marine One and Air Force One


  • As soon as you're elected president, you join "The President's Club," which is considered 'the most elite club that never meets.'
  • Unlimited staff
  • Live in the White House
  • Camp David

Leadership Qualities

  1. Consensus building that involves multiple perspectives and opinions
  2. Effective and resolute decision making from all levels of administration
  3. Encourage dynamic conflict resolution
  4. The aptitude to handle and manage the affects of constant, complex change and innovation
  5. Trust between the government and the people
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Constitutional Powers

1. Sign or reject all bills (Executive)

2. Commander and chief of military (Executive)

3. Request opinions (Judicial)

4. Grant Reprieves or Pardons (Legislative)

5. Make Treaties (Diplomatic)

6. Nominate for appointment

7. Fill vacancies (Legislative)

8. Give congress info (Executive)

9. Convene both house of congress on extraordinary occasions (Diplomatic)

10. Takes care that all laws are faithfully executed (Executive)