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United States House of Representatives: Quiz


Question 1:
Who of the following is/was the leader of United States House of Representatives?

Question 2: The 2005 vote on the ________ was open for one hour, from 11:00 p.m.
Dominican Republic – Central America Free Trade AgreementCaribbean CommunityCentral American Integration SystemRio Group

Question 3: ________ in his classic study,[17], suggested:
Franklin D. RooseveltGeorge B. McClellanThomas R. MarshallWoodrow Wilson

Question 4: The District of Columbia and the territories of ________, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are represented by one delegate each.
American SamoaNorthern Mariana IslandsUnited StatesHawaii

Question 5: In 1995, Republicans under ________ set a limit of three two-year terms for committee chairs.
Tip O'NeillNewt GingrichNancy PelosiJohn William McCormack

Question 6: In an American tradition adopted from English custom in 1789 by the first Speaker of the House, ________ of Pennsylvania, the House of Representatives’ mace is used to open all sessions of the House.
Nathaniel MaconFrederick MuhlenbergJonathan DaytonGalusha A. Grow

Question 7: The Chaplain leads the House in ________ at the opening of the day.
PrayerReligionMeditationAbrahamic religions

Question 8: Many elements of the Contract did not pass Congress, were vetoed by President ________, or were substantially altered in negotiations with Clinton.
Al GoreBill ClintonEd RendellHoward Dean

Question 9: The House is referred to as the lower house, with the Senate being the upper house, although the ________ does not use that terminology.
Electoral College (United States)United States ConstitutionContinental AssociationUnited States Congress

Question 10: "________" is unconstitutional and districts must be approximately equal in population (see Wesberry v. Sanders).
Apportionment (politics)GerrymanderingReferendumElections by country


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