How does your state split power between the governor, the legislature, and the judicial branch? Does it have a particularly powerful governor or legislature?

Discussion Board #2 Part 1No unread replies.No replies.In this discussion board, you are going to have an opportunity to share with the class a bit about the state you’ve chosen to research for your research paper. As a reminder, it can be any state other than Florida. For this discussion board, I’d like you to share the following with the class about your chosen state:1) How does your state split power between the governor, the legislature, and the judicial branch? Does it have a particularly powerful governor or legislature?2) What are party politics like in your state? Is it dominated by one party or is there regular two-party competition?3) What are some of the major political issues in your state?4) Is there anything unique about your state’s politics or government that you’ve discovered while doing your research.You can score up to 20 points based on your use of evidence, the thoroughness and accuracy of your answer, and your correct usage of grammar/spelling.]]]]]Discussion Board #2 Part 1In this discussion board, you are going to have an opportunity to share with the class a bit about the state you’ve chosen to research for your research paper. As a reminder, it can be any state other than Florida. For this discussion board, I’d like you to share the following with the class about your chosen state:1) How does your state split power between the governor, the legislature, and the judicial branch? Does it have a particularly powerful governor or legislature?2) What are party politics like in your state? Is it dominated by one party or is there regular two-party competition?3) What are some of the major political issues in your state?4) Is there anything unique about your state’s politics or government that you’ve discovered while doing your research.You can score up to 20 points based on your use of evidence, the thoroughness and accuracy of your answer, and your correct usage of grammar/spelling.No unread replies.No replies.In this discussion board, you are going to have an opportunity to share with the class a bit about the state you’ve chosen to research for your research paper. As a reminder, it can be any state other than Florida. For this discussion board, I’d like you to share the following with the class about your chosen state:1) How does your state split power between the governor, the legislature, and the judicial branch? Does it have a particularly powerful governor or legislature?2) What are party politics like in your state? Is it dominated by one party or is there regular two-party competition?3) What are some of the major political issues in your state?4) Is there anything unique about your state’s politics or government that you’ve discovered while doing your research.You can score up to 20 points based on your use of evidence, the thoroughness and accuracy of your answer, and your correct usage of grammar/spelling.