Should You Vote?

Should you vote? Most would say you should if you can...but do you really know how our government is structured? Do you know some of the basics that every citizen should know?

This quiz will help you determine your knowledge of government. No fair looking up the answers. Just answer each question to the best of your ability and knowledge. If you score really low, maybe you should just stay home on election day. Good luck.

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  1. What are the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution commonly called?
  2. How many Justices serve on the United States Supreme Court?
  3. How many Senators are elected from each state?
  4. Which elected official also serves as President of the Senate?
  5. What was the Watergate scandal named after?
  6. How many states are there in The United States of America?
  7. If the President dies or is otherwise removed while in office, the Vice President then becomes President. Who is next in line?
  8. Who is the current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States?
  9. Who is the current Speaker of the House?
  10. Which of the following is NOT a Supreme Court Justice?

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Quiz topic: Should I Vote?