The Executive branch of Government in Florida is led by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Cabinet. This is the branch of the government that executes and enforces laws. The Governor is elected for a four year term and may serve two terms in succession. The Governor is the chief law enforcement officer and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the state. Florida also includes an office for Lieutenant Governor whose duties are defined by the governor and the legislature and who will become the governor should the current governor not complete their term. The Cabinet consists of an attorney general, a chief financial officer, and a commissioner of agriculture.