Article Two: Establishes the second of the three branches of government, the Executive. Established the office of the President and the Vice-President, and sets their terms to be four years. Presidents are elected by the Electoral College, whereby each state has one vote for each member of Congress. Certain minimum requirements are established again, such as a 35-year minimum age. Presidents must also be a natural-born citizen of the United States. The President is to be paid a salary, which cannot change, up or down, as long as he in is office.
Summary: Has four sections - four amendments applicable (one is an amendment on an amendment.
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☆ ☆ ☆Language Amended Out: Originally, the President was the person with the most votes and the Vice-President was the person with the second most, though this is later changed.
☆ ☆ ☆Ratification date: 12/7/1776
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