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Q: English colonial governors were elected by the colonists in which type of colony?
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in what two ways were the governors of the colonist chosen in what two ways were the governors of the colonist chosen?

elected by the colonists or appointed by the English king


What issue divided colonial governors appointed by the king and legislatures elected by colonists?

To deal with a scarcity of gold and silver coins, legislatures supported printing paper money despite opposition from the governors.


Who elected the colonial assemblies?

The royal governors picked by the king of England.


How did the royal governor and colonial assembly share power?

they elected the governors


Who controlled colonial government?

A variety of people did. There were royal governors, elected governors, and various legislative houses in each colony.


Colonists in charter colonies elected their governors and members of the legislature true or false?

It is True.


How where colonial and state governments different?

Colonial and State Governments are different by: Colonial = had been rules by royal governors who where appointed by the British king. Governments = had the power to dismiss elected assemblies.


What issue divided governors appointed by the king and legislatures elected by colonists?

To deal with a scarcity of gold and silver coins, legislatures supported printing paper money despite opposition from the governors.


How did colonial government change in the first half of the 18th century?

The elected assemblies exerted more power over the royal governors.


Do governors have to win a primary to get elected?

No, governors don´t have to win a primary to get elected.


How are senators are elected by the governors of the states?

Senators are elected by the people.


Are governors elected by citizens?

Yes they are. In fact, there have been elected governors since the beginnings of the United States (prior to that, when the US was run by England, the King appointed the governors for each of the colonies, providing the colonists with little if any input). The governor is the head of the executive branch in each state, and candidates must run for office every four years (except in New Hampshire and Vermont, where governors serve two year terms).