Executive Branch

Chelsea Kirchheimer 6th Colberg 2-27-14

Introduction

What is the Executive Branch? The Executive Branch is the branch that involves the president,and making the laws.

The President

The president is involved with the Executive branch by vetoing laws that Congress make up. The length of a term for a president is 2 four year terms. The president has the power to nominate ambassadors,Supreme Court Justices, and other U.S. officials. To become president you have to be a natural born citizen, and the age requirement is 35 years old. How to get a president is by electing the president and that is by the people. To elect the president you have to be at least 18 years old.

Cabinets

Their are 15 cabinets and each one tells the president to do something and also is responsible for the enforcement and the federal law. Each one has a specific subject to worry about like the Department of Agriculture worries about farming.
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