Asked by: Everardo Lealasked in category: General Last Updated: 16th February, 2020
Who is the executive branch is the legal officer of the state?
Regarding this, who is in charge of the executive branch?
President of the United States
Subsequently, question is, who serves as the state's chief legal officer? Attorney General The position is usually popularly elected; however there are five states where the office is appointed by the governor, the legislature, or the supreme court. Attorneys general serve as the chief law enforcement official and often head the state's Department of Justice.
In this regard, what is required to be eligible for officers of the executive branch?
The Constitution lists only three qualifications for the Presidency — the President must be 35 years of age, be a natural born citizen, and must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years.
Who keeps the state's official records?
In states that have one, the secretary of state is the chief clerk of the state, and is often the primary custodian of important state records.