US Government - Running for Office
1. What are the two main political parties in the United States?
a. Libertarian and Green
b. Libertarian and Republican
c. Labour and Unionist
d. Republican and Democrat
e. Independent and Constitution
2. Which of the following is a typical requirement to hold an office?
a. Minimum age
b. Minimum height
c. Have a certain level of education
d. Have a certain amount of money
e. All of the above
3. True or False: The candidate with the most money will often be able to win the election.
4. What do you call the person who leads the candidate's campaign?
c. Campaign manager
d. Speech writer
5. What campaign slogan did President Dwight D. Eisenhower use?
a. Eisenhower Power
b. I Like Ike
c. Make America Great Again
d. Stronger Together
e. He's Making us Proud
6. True or False: Most candidates choose not to campaign or discuss the issues.
7. What is it called when multiple candidates get together to answer questions and argue issues?
a. Press conference
8. How old do you have to be to become president of the United States?
9. What president ran on the campaign slogan 'He kept us out of War'?
a. Ronald Reagan
b. George Bush
c. Woodrow Wilson
d. Franklin Roosevelt
e. Abraham Lincoln
10. True or False: Some presidential campaigns can cost as much as $1B to run.
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