Article 1 section 2&3
Section 2 of Article 1 of the constitution is the Hluse of Represenatives branch. A representative has to be 25 years old and serves a 2 year term. To be a Representative you do not have to be born in the USA. Each state has at least 1 representative. Section 3 is the senate branch. Each state recieves 2 senates. There is a total of 100 senates in the USA.
Article 2 focuses on the Executive Branch which enforces laws. The President is in charge of the Executive Branch. Presidents serve a four year term. The Vice President serves in office if the President is removed. The President is in charge of the Army and Navy. The President has the powers to appoint Ambassadors, other officers of the United States. He can also appoint the Judges of the Supreme Court, and Ministers and Consuls.
All 27 amendments
1st: Rights to religion, speech, press, and petition.
2nd: Rights to bear arms or have a gun.
3rd:Quartering of Soldiers.
4th: The right to Search and seizure.
5th: Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self Incrimination, Due Process.
6th: Rights of Accused in Criminal Prosecutions: Rights to Jury Trial, to Confront Opposing Witnesses and to Counsel.
7th: The right to jury trial in civil cases.
8th: Protections against Excessive Bails, Cruel and Unusual punishment.
9th: Non-Enumerated Rights.
10th: Rights of states and people.
11th: Prevents suits against states.
12th: Election procedures.
13th: Slavery outlawed.
14th: Equal protection of the law.
15th: voting Rights.
16th: Federal income tax.
17th: Popular Election of Senator.
19th: Women's voting Rights.
20th: Commencement of Presidential Term and Succession.
21st: Repeal to Prohibition.
22nd: Two- term limit for President.
23rd: District of Colombia voting Rights.
24th: Abolition of Poll Tax Requirement in Federal Elections.
25th:Presidential Vacancy, Disability, and Inability.
26th: Right to vote at age 18.