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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Ohio State Government Judicial Branch Judicial Branch Executive Branch Executive Branch Legislative Branch Legislative Branch The Courts that have the judidcial power in our state are the Suprme Court, Courts of appeals, and courts of common pleas. Thisbranch is headed by the Ohio Supreme Courtwhich one Chief Justice and Six AssociateJustices are a part of. There are several other levels of elected judiciary in the Ohio Court System1: State Court of Acclaims that has all jurisdictionover all civil actions against the State of Ohio. 2: State Court of Appeals which is the intermediateappellate courts. 3: Country Courts of Common Pleas: There are 88 countycommon pleas courts. 4: Municiple Courts and County Courts: These courts handlesmall claims. Governor of Ohio: John Kasich This is the Ohio Supreme Court These are the Supreme Justices of Ohio The General Assembly and the House of Representatives the Senate has thirty-three seats and the house has ninety-nine members. They have the power to adoptor reject any law. The Ohio General Assembly is made up of Two Houses which are The Senate and the House of Represntatives. The House ofRepresentatives has 99 members that were elected from singlemember districts that have the same amount of people in thepopulation. Each district has 33 senates and is formed by combiningthree house districts. Senators serve 4 years and representatives serve 2 years. The people that have the executive power in Ohio are the Governor, Secretary of state, Auditor of state Treasurer of state, and Attorney general. There are six officialselected state wide; John Kasich (Governor), Mary Taylor (LieutenantGovernor), Mike DeWine (Attorney General), John Husted (Secretaryof State), Dave Yost (State Auditor), Josh Mandel (State Treasurer). Ohio's Speaker of House: Clifford A. Rosenberger President of the Ohio Senate: Keith Faber Lieutenant Governor: Mary Taylor Attorney General: Mike DeWine Secretary of State: John Husted State Auditor: Dave Yost State Treasurer: Josh Mandel Ohio's Government Buildings State Capitol Building Governors Mansion County Court House (ground entrance) Constitutional Principles that still exist in Ohio's Government 1.) Federalsim: There are three branches; Executive, Judicial, and Legislative.2.) Seperation of Powers: Ohio has three different branches of government.3.)Limited Government: Ohio's branches of Governments have a limited powerand can only do so much.4.)Checks and Balances: This is important because it makes it so that if one branchof government can make sure that another branch isn't "abusing" their power.5.)Popular Sorveighty: This is when people can vote on a political leader during an election. PEEL Ohio's Government can balance our freedoms with order by having laws.We have laws and outside of those laws we can do whatever we want giving us freedom. You still have to follow the laws.Like for example you have the freedom to own guns, it's a law for you to not shoot them in public. You have the freedom to drive, it's a law to make sure that you are eighteen and own a drivers liscence.
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