Branches of Government

Drew Lamb

Overview

The three branches of government are the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. The Executive Branch is ran by the president of the United States. The Executive Branch is the one who enforces the laws that the Legislative Branch made or makes. The Executive Branch is made up the president and vice president.The Legislative Branch is comprised of the Senate and House of Representatives. The third and final branch is the Judicial Branch which includes the Supreme court.

Explanation on Why the Founding Fathers Created the Constitution

The founding fathers felt it was important to have a stronger national government, they also wanted to make it so that so they had a better way to deal with war and war debt, and a stronger constitution as well.