Taylor Sams: The Mayor, Governor and President
- A mayor is a person who leads a place like a town or city.
- A mayor is in charge of the local executive branch.
- Learn more about the mayors of the 50 largest cities.
- A governor is a person who leads a place like a state or territory.
- A governor is in charge of the state executive branch.
- Learn more about state governors.
- A president is a person who leads a place like a country, such as the United States.
- A president is in charge of the federal executive branch.
- Learn more about U.S. presidents.
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