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Vice President of the United States: Quiz


Question 1:
Which of the following styles does Vice President of the United States follow?
Yang Amat Berhormat
The Honorable

Question 2: The vote of the electors is opened by the sitting Vice President, acting in his capacity as ________ and read aloud to a joint session of the incoming Congress, which was elected at the same time as the President.
Senate of FrancePresident of the SenateSenate of FijiUnited States Senate

Question 3: Also, Article I, Section 3, Clause 7 allows the Senate, upon voting to remove an ________ federal official from office, to disqualify that official from holding any federal office.
PardonUnited States SenateUnited StatesImpeachment

Question 4: For a list, see ________.
List of Vice Presidents of the United StatesVice President of the United StatesList of Presidents of the United StatesList of tie-breaking votes cast by Vice Presidents of the United States

Question 5:

Question 6: Representative, when Texas governor and Republican presidential nominee ________ asked Cheney to be his vice presidential candidate.
George H. W. BushRonald ReaganDick CheneyGeorge W. Bush

Question 7: (See ________.)
106th United States Congress105th United States Congress108th United States Congress107th United States Congress

Question 8: The resulting Vice Presidential vacancy was filled by ________.
Richard NixonLyndon B. JohnsonHubert HumphreyNelson Rockefeller

Question 9:
When was Vice President of the United States formed?
3 cars per trainset

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  The Flag of the Vice President of the United States
  Four Vice Presidents: L-R, outgoing Pres. Lyndon Johnson (the 37th Vice President), incoming Pres. Richard Nixon (36th), Everett Dirksen, Spiro Agnew incoming Vice President (39th), and the outgoing Vice President Hubert Humphrey (38th), January 20, 1969
  Though prominent as a Missourian Senator, Harry Truman had been Vice President only three months when he became President; he was never informed of Franklin Roosevelt's war or postwar policies while Vice President.
  John Adams, the first Vice President of the United States

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