- In California, Executive Power is vested in
a. The Governor
- California is sub-divided into:
- The California Legislatures consists of:
b. A Senate and an Assembly
- The current state constitution was written in:
- California has the longest constitution ever written:
- The process whereby voters pass laws directly is called the:
a. Initiative Process
- The process whereby voters repeal laws passed by the legislature is called:
- The process whereby voters "un-elect" an elected official is called:
- How many Senators does California send to Washington DC to represent the state in the United States Senate?
- How many Representatives does California currently send (as of 2002) to represent the State in the United States House of Representatives?
- How many electoral does California get to cast in the electoral college election for the United States Presidency?
- If the governor wants to prevent a bill from becoming a law he:
d. Vetoes it
- If someone is convicted of committing a crime in California, what is the highest court to which they can appeal their case?
d. United States Supreme Court
- Which of the following is not a function of the California State government?
e. Foreign Policy
- In order for a bill to become a law it must have the approval of:
d. All of the above
- The Governors veto can be overridden by:
d. a and b are correct
- Troops in the California National Guard are normally under the command of:
c. The Governor of California
- The State of California maintains the:
e. A and B are correct
- Which of the following is not an elected office in California?
d. All of the above are elected officials in California
- What body regulates the railroads, electric companies, and water companies?
a. The Public Utilities Commission