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Who are the national, state, and local leaders of the 3 branches of government?

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  1. This site explains the three branches and leaders of the federal government.

    http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/federal.shtml

    Since I don't know what state or city/county you're in, I suggest you google the name government.

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