1. How long is the Presidential Term? 2 years
4 years 6 years
The term of a President is for a period of 4 years. Since the 22nd amendment to the constitution, no President is allowed to serve more than 2 terms.
2. The two main parties in US are Whigs and Hats
Republicans and Democrats Lords and Commons
Congress and Legislature
Answer:Republicans and Democrats
Though the main parties contesting the US elections are Republicans and Democrats, other people like Ralph Nader, Ross Perot too have contested for the post of the President.
3. The US Government officially is A Democracy A Monarchy
Democracy is defined as rule by the people, for the people and of the people.
4. What is the minimum age requirement for a person to be able to vote? 15 years
18 years 21 years
You have to be 18 years or older and a US citizen to be able to vote.
5. If something happens to the President who assumes office? Vice President Speaker
The First Lady
The First Lady is the name given to the President's Wife.
6. What is the minimum age limit for a person contesting for the post of President? 18 years
35 years 40 years
Only natural born American citizens can contest for the post of the President of America.
7. Where is the first primary held? New Hampshire California
8. What is the total number of electoral votes? 500
The total number of electoral votes is 538 and to win a candidate must secure at least 270 electoral votes.
9. Which animal is the symbol of the Democrats? Elephant
Ass (Donkey) Answer:Ass (Donkey)
When Andrew Jackson ran for President in 1828, his opponents called him a jackass for his populist views. Jackson, however picked up this name and turned it to his advantage by using the "Donkey" as his campaign symbol
10. Which animal is the symbol of the Republicans? Donkey
In Harper's Weekly, an artist named Thomas Nast drew an elephant. This has since then become the Republican Symbol.
11. Which is the election day? The first Tuesday of November The second Sunday of November
The last Friday of November
The first Monday of November
Answer:The first Tuesday of November
12. When does the oath taking by the new President take place? 13th January, the next year
14 February, the next year
The first Monday of the New Year
20th January, the next year Answer:20th January, the next year
13. What is the length of a Senator's term? 2 years
6 years Answer:6 years
Each state gets to elect a total of 2 Senators.
14. Representatives serve in the congress for a period of 2 years 3 years
The number of representatives from each state depends on its population.
15. What does PAC stand for? Political Action Congress
Prison Action Committee
Political Action Committee Politically Active Consortium
Answer:Political Action Committee
16. The Presidents wife is called Mrs. President
The First Lady First President
Answer:The First Lady
The President's wife is called the "First Lady", his family is called the "First Family" and so on.
17. Which two states do not use the "Winner Takes All" method? Hawaii and Maine
Nebraska and Maine Alaska and Maine
Nebraska and Hawaii
Answer:Nebraska and Maine
18. If you vote for the incumbent president, you are voting for the Current Favorite
One opposite to what you had planned
Current President Answer:Current President