What branch of government is the governor in?
The governor of a state (for example, Wisconsin) in in the Executive branch, which enforces laws.
Delaware is a state in Mid Atlantic region of USA. It has three branch structure of government and law. The three branches are Judicial, legislative and executive. Legislature consists of a state House of Representatives and a Senate and executive branch is headed by Governor and aided by Lieutenant governor.
The executive branch executes the Law as created by the Legislative branch and spelled out and defined by the Judicial branch. The Executive branch is the leader - the President or Governor of a state/government. The President of the United States is the head of the Executive branch in the United States.
The executive branch. In the US Federal government, it is the President's job to enforce the laws. He does that through his Cabinet. The Attorney General is the top law enforcement official in the Federal government. Likewise, in each of the states, a governor is responsible for enforcing the laws. Legislative branch
No. Governor of a State is the head of the Executive branch of the state government. In the United States, there are three branches at the Federal and State branches of government. Governor or President is the head of the Executive branch, while the state legislature or the Congress are the Legislative branch. The court systems are in the Judicial branch. In theory, each of the branches are roughly equal in power and authority, and…