Capitol Quiz: Facts You Should Know About The U.S. Capitol
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When did the first African American serve in Congress?
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What is a pocket veto?
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Who gives a tiebreaking vote in the Senate?
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How many years can the president serve in office?
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How is an amendment to the U.S. Constitution passed?
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What were the Federalist Papers?
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Which offices are first, second, and third in the line of presidential succession?
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What are the age requirements for a U.S. President, Senator, and Representative, respectively?
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Which is not guaranteed under the 1st Amendment?
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Which state(s) has/have the fewest Members of Congress?
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Which state(s) has/have the most Members of Congress?
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What is the primary way to end a filibuster?
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What does impeachment mean? Which body impeaches?
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What formally abolished slavery in the United States?
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Why are Congressional term lengths 6 years for Senators and 2 years for Representatives?
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How long is a U.S. Representative’s term?
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How long is a U.S. Senator’s term?
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Why was Washington, D.C. chosen as our nation’s capital?
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How many votes are currently cast by the electoral college?
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What are the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution called?
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What is the electoral college and why was it created?
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The West Front Expansion of the U.S. Capitol was built in the 1960s. When did the Capitol originally finish its construction?
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Who presided over the Constitutional Convention?
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Who was not present at the Constitutional Convention?
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What was the significance of the Connecticut Compromise of 1787?
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