Section 1: Representatives shall be elected by popular vote from districts that may not exceed a population of 500,000 people, which are to be defined as human citizens of the United States.
Section 2: Representatives shall serve 3 year terms and are allowed to serve for no more than 7 years in their lifetime.
Section 3: One senator shall represent each state and each senator shall be appointed by the Governor or Chief Executive of his/her state.
Section 4: For the election of the president and vice-president, each congressional district shall be given one electoral vote and that vote shall be awarded to the candidate that receives the most votes in that district. In addition, each state shall be given one electoral vote and that vote shall be awarded to the candidate that receives the most votes in that state.
Section 5: The candidates for President and Vice-President that receive more than 50% of the available electoral votes shall be declared the winner. In the event no candidate receives more than 50% of the electoral votes, then the President and/or Vice-President shall be determined by the House of Representatives who shall choose between the two top electoral vote-getters.
Section 6: The President and Vice-President shall serve 5 year terms and are allowed to serve for no more than 7 years in their lifetime.
Section 7: Justices to the Supreme Court shall be appointed by the President and shall be allowed to serve a maximum term of 15 years.