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President of the United States of America

The President is the chief executive of the country, possessing many powers including signing bills into law, vetoing legislation, appointing federal judges and executive department heads, issue executive orders, and conducting foreign policy.

Governor

The Governor is the chief executive officer of a state and is responsible for implementing state laws and overseeing the operation of the state executive branch. The Governor oversees legislative proposals and vetoes, executive budgets, and implements executive orders.

Vice President of the United States of America

The Vice President is the second-highest official in the executive branch, and the presiding officer in the U.S. Senate. The Vice President is the first person in the presidential line of succession, and has the power to break ties in the U.S. Senate.

Lieutenant Governor

The Lieutenant Governor is the second-highest ranking official of the state executive office. The Lieutenant Governor is the first successor to the Governor and the presiding officer of the State Senate, only voting to break a tie.

Secretary of State

The Secretary of State is the chief clerk of the state responsible for maintaining state records.

State Attorney General

The Attorney General is the chief legal advisor and chief law enforcement officer of the state.

State Auditor

The State Auditor is the chief accountant for the state. Auditors check the financial records of a state and make certain its accounts are being managed correctly.

State Superintendent of Schools

The State Superintendent of Schools is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the state's elementary and secondary schools.

U.S. Senator

The U.S. Senate is one of two chambers of the federal legislature. Senators are responsible for writing and passing legislation, approving presidential appointments, and ratifying treaties with foreign countries.

U.S. Representative

The U.S. House of Representatives is one of two chambers for the federal legislature. Representatives begin the legislation process, offer amendments, and serve on committees.

State Utilities Board//Public Services Board//Public Regulation Board//Railroad(TX) Board

State Utility or Public Service Boards are responsible for regulating the rates and services of electric, natural gas and/or water utilities.

Supreme Court Clerk

The State Supreme Court Clerk is the lead case processing and records manager. The State Supreme Court Clerk is responsible for supporting the Court in its regulation of the practice of state law, ensuring that cases are scheduled and monitored correctly, maintaining active and closed files, and reporting statistics of the Court's activity.

State Senator

State Senators are members of the state's upper chamber, as part of the state's bicameral legislature. State senators are responsible for voting on: bills related to public policy matters, levels for state spending, raises or decreases in taxes, and whether to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes.

State Representative

State Representatives are members of the state's lower chamber, as part of the state's bicameral legislature. State representatives are responsible for voting on: bills related to public policy matters, levels for state spending, raises or decreases in taxes, and whether to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes.

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