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Description of Government [OOC]

on Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:38 pm

San Andreas Government


In the United States, the title "Governor" refers to the chief executive of each state or insular territory. Governors retain sovereign police and political power, are not subordinate to the federal authorities except by laws provided by the enumerated powers section of the federal constitution, and serve as the political and ceremonial head of the state.

They are also the commander-in-chief of the state milita in each state, i.e NG.

Lieutenant Governor

The lieutenant governor is the highest officer of state after the governor, standing in for that officer when he or she is absent from the state or temporarily incapacitated. In the event a governor dies, resigns or is removed from office, the lieutenant governor typically becomes governor.

Lieutenant governors are the only officials with specific duties and powers in two branches of state government: the executive and legislative branches. More than half of the NLGA members preside over their state senate. Most pursue legislative initiatives; many testify locally and in Washington D.C. in various capacities; some serve on the governors’ cabinets; and others maintain varied portfolios of duties. In many states, the duties of lieutenant governor are increased by legislation to include the lieutenant governor on state boards, commissions and task forces. "


In most of the individual states of the United States, the Secretary of State is an administrative officer responsible for certain governmental functions. The specific powers and duties of this office depend on the constitution and laws of the particular state, but they often include responsibility for overseeing elections within the state.


As a legislative branch of government, a legislature generally performs state duties for a state in the same way that the United States Congress performs national duties at the national level. Generally, the same system of checks and balances that exists at the Federal level also exists between the state legislature, the state executive officer (governor) and the state judiciary, though the degree to which this is so varies from one state to the next.

Staff Director

They're the directors of each division in the state government. They thus have full control of said division/agency.

Senior Staff

Experienced staff members in an division that has excelled at their jobs thus giving them this rank.


Newly hired members that will work within a division.


Secret Service assigned to protect Government properties, officials amongst other things.
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