The executive is the presidency and the ministers in office. The legislature is the senators and congressional representatives of the house. The judiciary interprets the constitution and operates the judiciary system. These three arms of government interact closely in order to serve the American citizens. The executive comes up with policies, which it sends to the legislature for approval and the judiciary determines the constitutionalism of approved laws and policies or statutes (Cuninghame, 1811).
The three arms of government operate in a constructive manner to promote the will of the people by passing policies and statutes that consider the welfare of the electorate. As such, the representatives of the people pay more concern about serving the people’s agenda rather than fulfilling their personal interests. The electorate plays an important role in the attitudes and actions of the elected officials as they judge the official on their performance and delivery on their promises, failure to which they vote him or her out of