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REVIEW - EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Branch of government responsible for enforcing laws
Appoints heads of Federal agencies and the Cabinet

 

POTUS     Chief of State, Chief Administrator,  Chief Diplomat, Legislator, Citizen, Commander in Chief of Armed Services, Two-term/Ten-year limit

VP            President of Senate, Next in line for the Presidency 

CABINET  Advisors to the President

 

EXECUTIVE BRANCH - POTUS’ COMPENSATION/STAFF - NEW MATERIAL

$400,000/Yr. Salary                

$50,000/Yr. Expense Account

Travel Expense Account            

$201,700/Yr. Lifetime Pension

White House (132 rooms)            

Camp David

Cars/boats/planes/helicopters         

Secret Service

34 staff for domestic service        

Up to 100 assistants

Temporary consultants & experts

 

EXECUTIVE BRANCH - VP JOB/COMPENSATION 

Preside over the Senate            

Decide presidential disability
Serve as acting president            

Heartbeat away from being the POTUS
Handpicked to balance ticket        

$230,700 annual salary

 

EXECUTIVE BRANCH - CABINET - NEW MATERIAL VI

Secretary of State (1789)                

Secretary of the Treasury (1789)
Secretary of Defense (1947            

Attorney General (1789)

Secretary of the Interior (1849)            

Secretary of Agriculture (1889)
Secretary of Commerce (1903)            

Secretary of Labor (1913)
Secretary of Health & Human Services (1953)    

Secretary of Energy (1977) 

Secretary of Transportation (1967)         

Secretary of Education (1979) 

Secretary of Veterans Affairs (1989)       

Secretary of Homeland Security (2001)

Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (1965)

 

EXECUTIVE BRANCH - PATH TO PRESIDENCY - NEW MATERIAL VII, VIII, & IX

Form Exploratory Committee        

Declare Candidacy
Fundraise, Campaign, Debate        

Win Primary Election
Fundraise, Campaign, Debate

Get National Committee Nomination
Republican or Democratic Convention - two parties powerful enough to choose a ‘best candidate’ so as not to divide the party and allow the other party to win.

Fundraise, Campaign, Debate

Win General Election
    Popular Vote

    Electoral College
Inauguration

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