The Three Branches
By: Rylee Leonard
In our democracy there are three branches. The Legislative branch, the Judicial branch, and the Executive Branch. Each branch is balanced so that no part has more power than another.
A congress to make laws
Turns citizens wishes to laws
Here, laws are written, discussed, and voted on
Who it is run by:
This Branch is ran by the House of Representatives and the Senate. - 100 Senators, two from each state, serve a term for 6 years - House Of Representatives depend on state population, served for 2 years