Monday: 1) How many articles are in the Georgia Constitution? 2) Explain what the term “separation of powers” means. 3) What financial responsibility does a citizen have toward the government? 4) How old must you be by election day to vote? Tuesday: 1) Who is the chief election officer in Georgia? 2) What are the dominant political parties in Georgia today? 3) Why are third parties important in political races? 4) How long is the term of a member of the Georgia General Assembly? Wednesday: 1) What is a permanent committee called? 2) What happens to a bill if the Governor does not sign it? 3) What is the next step in the bill process after a bill has been assigned to a committee? 4) How many consecutive years can a Lt. Governor serve in that capacity? Thursday: 1) What state official provides legal advice to Georgia’s government? 2) Who has burden of proof in a criminal case? 3) What are the most serious criminal crimes called? 4) Which type of government is created for a single job or single group of tasks?