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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.

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.

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.

State K12 Education Board

The State K12 Education Board is responsible for overseeing the state's public K-12 education. Their responsibilities include setting curriculum, adopting instructional materials, and reviewing proposals for new charter schools.

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 Supreme Court Justice

The State Supreme Court is responsible for correcting the errors of the inferior state courts. It exclusively hears appeals on legal issues from inferior state courts.

State Higher Education Board

The State Higher Education Board is the coordinating body for the state's systems of college and universities. The State Higher Education Board is responsible for overseeing statewide college policy, finances, and allocating resources to institutions.

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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