a. denying the right to vote based on gender.
b. denying the right to vote based on race.
c. denying the right to vote based on payment of a tax.
d. denying the right to vote based on residency.
a. energy related.
b. technology related.
c. cotton related.
d. manufacturing related.
26. (True or False) Currently the governor of Texas is constitutionally allowed to serve for only 2 four-year terms.
27. (True or False) Amongst requirements to be a Governor are minimum age US Citizenship Texas Residency for minimum of 5 years and acknowledgement of an existence of a supreme being.
28. (True or False) It is common for governors to repay major contributors to their election campaigns with appointments to key policymaking positions.
29. (True or False) Should the governor and lieutenant governor both be out of the state at the same time the president pro tempore of the Senate becomes acting governor.
30. (True or False) Amongst constitutional powers of governor is ability to remove the Lieutenant Governor should there ever be political differences.
31. (True or False) The main judicial power of the governor of Texas is filling vacancies arising in state district and appellate courts.
32. (True or False) Similar to the US presidency the Governor of Texas is constitutionally authorized to veto legislation.
33. (True or False) During the time of office a governor has immunity from criminal indictment or prosecution should his/her political rivals be motivated by political retribution.
34. The appointed state official responsible for elections and voter registration is the
a. attorney general.
b. lieutenant governor.
c. secretary of state.
d. comptroller of public accounts.
35. Which of the following executives is not appointed by the governor?
a. Texas attorney general
b. Adjutant general Texas Military Forces
c. Texas secretary of state
d. Director Office of State-Federal Relations
36. The governor can avoid Senate confirmation of an appointee by
a. issuing an executive order.
b. making a recess appointment.
c. appointing a current officeholder.
d. submitting the nomination to the Texas House