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Question 1: ________
North Carolina General Assembly of 1777Orange County, North CarolinaMartin County, North CarolinaBurke County, North Carolina

Question 2: According to the state constitution, the Senate is also the "Court for the Trial of ________".
PardonUnited States SenateUnited StatesImpeachment

Question 3: ________
Martin County, North CarolinaBurke County, North CarolinaNorth Carolina General Assembly of 1778Orange County, North Carolina

Question 4: ________
North Carolina General Assembly election, 2004North Carolina General Assembly of 2003–2004North Carolina General Assembly of 2007-2008North Carolina General Assembly of 2005-2006

Question 5: ________
United States presidential election in North Carolina, 2004North Carolina SenateNorth Carolina Senate election, 2002North Carolina General Assembly election, 2004

Question 6: The General Assembly is a bicameral legislature, consisting of the ________ (formerly the North Carolina House of Commons until 1868) and the North Carolina Senate.
North Carolina House of RepresentativesAlaska House of RepresentativesNorth Carolina General AssemblyArizona House of Representatives

Question 7: ________
North Carolina General Assembly of 1779Martin County, North CarolinaOrange County, North CarolinaNorth Carolina General Assembly of 1778

Question 8: ________
North Carolina General Assembly of 1899-1900Francis D. WinstonPresident Pro Tempore of the North Carolina SenateSpeaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives

Question 9: In 1868, ________ were first elected to the General Assembly (fifteen representatives and two senators).
African AmericanAfrican American cultureGreat Migration (African American)African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

Question 10: Only land-owning (100 acres for the House of Commons, 300 acres (1.2 km2) for the Senate), ________ men could serve.
ChristianityProtestantismChristian denominationBaptist







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