Structure of texas government
Since Texas was now a state of the United States, there would have to be some changes in our government. Even though our government is modeled after the U.S. government, Texas does not have a president anymore; we now have a governor. Like the United States, Texas' government has a bicameral (two houses) legislature. Texas has three branches of government: legislative, executive, and judicial, just like the U.S. So, as you can see, annexation has changed the state of Texas quite a bit.