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Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution.

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Article 6, but article 2 section 1 states the president specifically is under oath to support the constitution. :)

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Q: All state and federal officials are under oath to support the constitution?
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What are all federal and state officials to support?

The Constitution.

All national and state government officials must promise to support who?

omg! its........the federal and state! Yeah, and the Constitution.

What oath must state and federal officials take?

State and federal officials, whether legislative, executive, or judicial, must take an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution. No religious test, either an avowal or a repudiation of any religious belief, shall ever be required of any public officeholder in the United States.

What do the President the military the federal and state officials swear to uphold and defend?

The Constitution of the United States

What do the state and federal office holders have to do?

They take an oath to support the Constitution.

All federal and state officers must swear to?

I'm almost certain that all federal and state officers must swear to uphold the US Constitution.

Which political institution has the power to try all inpeachments?

The Senate Remember, this applies only to Federal matters. State officials can also be impeached, and their trials are handled separately from those of Federal officials. The details of Impeachment at the state level depend on the specifics of the state constitution.

A person cannot serve as a member of a state legislature or hold federal office unless he or she?

Article 6 of the Constitution states, " The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution:" In other words, all officials, whether local state or federal, must take an oath to support and defend the laws stated in the United States Constitution.

Is the federal government over the state officials?

Yes, the constitution states that the federal government is the primary government with states being second. Since 1789 there has always been the issue of state rights vs federal laws.

What takes priority State Constitution or State Regulations?

Federal. The dual government is set up in such a way that if federal and state are in conflict, federal trumps. The order is as follows: Federal constitution Federal statute Federal case law Federal regulations and administrative law State constitution State statute State case law State regulations and administrative law

Do the Federalists support the constitution?

yes. the federalists got their name from their support for the federal system of government (division of power between a central government and the state governments) as outlined in the constitution. the anti-federalists opposed the ratification of the constitution.

Why do federal officials prefer giving categorical grants to the states?

why do state officials prefer block grants as form of federal aid