Government overarching project

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  • On this flag there are also three pillars going from the arch. On these pillars there are tree words wisdom, justice, and moderation. Wisdom represents the legislative branch Justice represents the judicial branch and moderation represents the executive branch. 
  • We are here to introduce the new Georgia flag. 
  • This flag was adopted in 2003 and had an arch symobolising the consitution. 
  • To be a senator you have to be 25 and 21 to be in the house 
  • This is Bill, he is one of the new senators. He was able to become a senator because he followed the qualifications to become one. 
  • In the house of reps. there is a speaker of the house. The speaker of the house is elected by the other members of the house. In the government there is also a lieutenant governor. They are elected by a statewide vote which citizens get to take part in. 
  • I am the speaker of the house ...
  • well I am the lieutenant governor....
  • Lt. GOVERNOR: The Lt. Governor is the second highest ranking executive officer. They have to meet all the same qualifications as the Governor. The Lt. Governor also serves a four-year term but the only difference is that there are no limits on trms they can serve. If the governor is unavalabe then the Lt Gov. will step in their place. The Lt. Gov. is the president if the senate tey can decide committee meberships and also choose committee chairs. This person is alo responsable for anything that the governor assigns to them.  
  • GOVERNOR: To become a governor you have to be at least 30 years old. You have to be a U.S citizen for at least 15 years. Lastly, you also have to be a Georgia resident for at least 6 years. To win an election you have to win by a statewide election and win by a popular vote. The governor can serve up to 2 consecutive terms and each term s are 4 years long. The Governor's duties include signing or vetoing bills into laws. suggesting new laws/state programs and taking the role of the commander-in-chief.  
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