1.     In the case of a tied vote in the U.S. Senate, is the deciding vote cast by…

  1. The vice president
  2. The president
  3. The Senate majority leader
  4. The Senate parliamentarian

2.     As you may know, a filibuster in the U.S. Senate can be used to prevent legislation from coming to a vote. Of the 100 U.S. senators, how many votes are needed to end a filibuster?

  1. 51
  2. 60
  3. 67
  4. 70

3.     How is the number of terms a president can serve determined?

  1. Article II of the U.S. Constitution
  2. Custom and precedent
  3. The 22nd Amendment of the Constitution
  4. There is no limit to the number of terms a president can serve

4.    The U.S. Electoral College…

  1. Trains those who run for political office
  2. Supervises presidential debates
  3. Is another name for the U.S. Congress
  4. Is an assembly that formally elects the president

5.     Do you happen to know which political party currently has a majority in the U.S. Senate?

  1. Republican Party
  2. Democratic Party

6.     Do you happen to know which political party currently has a majority in the U.S. House?

  1. Republican Party
  2. Democratic Party