A Civics Quizlibertybell1200

True or False


  1. The President of the United States is limited by law to two terms.
  2. The Secretary of Education is in the President's Cabinet.
  3. Official ballots for elections are printed at public expense.
  4. The Executive branch is represented by the Senate and House of Representatives.
  5. The U.S. President has power to remove a governor of a state.
  6. A political party may compel government employees to contribute funds to the party.
  7. Every bill passed by Congress must be sent to the President for signature.
  8. The first ten amendments to our Constitution is known as the Bill of Rights.
  9. Some federal judges receive their position by popular elections.
  10. Income taxes must be uniform throughout the United States.
  11. A person may live permanently in the United States and still be an alien.
  12. A person's political beliefs must be consider to determine fitness for membership on a county board.
  13. Congress determines the qualifications of voters for members of Congress.
  14. All states of the union have compulsory education laws in some form.
  15. The President has the power to declare war.
  16. The terms of all United States senators expire at the same time.


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  • True: 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14
  • False: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16

Quiz adapted from Toastmasters Magazine April 1951 issue