Whether a state judge is elected or appointed depends on the state. Some states elect judges and some are appointed by the governor.
Some states have elected judges. It depends on the state. Federal judges are all appointed.
No, she was appointed by the president of the United States.
Sheriffs are elected to four-year terms in 41 states, two-year terms in three states, a three-year term in one state (New Jersey) and a six-year term in one state (Massachusetts) Alaska,Connecticut and Hawaii do not have sheriffs.
It can depend on the laws of the particular state. In some states they are elected, in others they can be appointed by the Governor.
It depends on the state. Some states elect, some states appoint.
Members of the federal Judicial branch are appointed by the President of the United States, and approved by Congress. They are not elected.
Most members of the judicial branch are not elected. In the federal judicial system, the judges are appointed by the President of the United States and approved by Congress. A majority of states share this system, except the judge would be appointed by the governor.
The generals appointed under their political system - this might be a king, a tyrant or an elected or appointed general.
not appointed but elected
The secretary of state of the United States is appointed, not elected.
A state's governor is directly elected by its registered voters. The U. S. president (and vice president) is elected by a group of electors appointed by the states.
The 17th Amendment, adopted in 1913 to the United States Constitution.
No. In the US, Senators are elected to six-year renewable terms by the voters of the states they represent.
In the United States, the US Secretary of Education is part of the President's Cabinet. He or she is appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate. ?æ
All elected officials and appointees are sworn to uphold and protect the Constitution Of The United States Of America.
In Texas the judges are elected by a populace of people, they are not appointed and Texas is one of the only 7 states that still elect judges, the rest appoint them.
The executive branch is made up of the president and vice president, who are elected by the citizens of the United States.
Clinton was appointed on January 20, 1993 as the 42nd President of the United States.
It varies by state. Some places they are elected, in other states, they are appointed by the governor.
The 17th amendment makes senators elected by the people instead of the appointed by the legislature and governors of the states. It provides that in case of death of a senator, the legislature of the state may empower the state's executive to temporarily fill the appointment.
In some states an Insurance Commissioner is elected, and in some he/she is appointed. If appointed, the appointed may be by the Governor of the State. The duration of the term is determined by the law of the State involved.
A president is elected. (the constitution states that a president is elected by the people for the people) You think I am wrong because I am only twelve years old be my geography teacher has taught us all about that. thanks for your question!
No, Senators are elected by the voters of the states they represent. Each state has two Senators.