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What is the city where a state government is located called?

Question:

What is the city where a state government is located called?

State Governments

In the United States, each state has its own government that includes a executive, legislative, and judicial branch. The governor of a state is the head of its executive branch.

Answer and Explanation:

The city where a state government is located is called the capital. The state capital with the largest population is Phoenix, Arizona; the smallest state capital is Montpelier, Vermont.


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U.S. State Capitals: Lesson for Kids
U.S. State Capitals: Lesson for Kids

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