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According to Wikipedia: "Fifty-six [U.S. Senators] hold degrees in the law, of whom forty-nine actually practiced law.
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There are 105 seats in the Senate. Some of these seats are currently vacant, but should be filled soon on the advice of the prime minister to the governnor general.
Senate of Canada - are usually 105 (24 seats for Maritimes, 24 seats for Ontario, 24 seats for Quebec, 24 seats for Western Regions, 8 seat for Newfoundland and the Territor…ies) (24 + 24 + 24 + 24 + 8 = 105) United States Senate - is made up of two members per state (50 states x 2 = 100)
100 senators.2 for every state.It has been this way since the senate was established.
100. There are 2 from each state. 2X50= 100. At the moment there are only 99; Senator Ted Kennedy is off ill. Rebuttle answer Actually,he is still a senator if he is sitting …in house or not. So, there are 100. He does attend sessions because he has been working on the health care bill. Kennedy since has died and been replaced by a Republican in a special election.
There are sixteen people in the senate
According to congressmerge.com, a searchable database on the 110th congress... Your database search matched 78 members of Congress, including: 19 Senators and 58 Representa…tives78 Republicans You searched for members of Congress who fulfill all the following criteria:They are Republicans.Their Professional experience includes "attorney". I found another 3 under lawyer for a total of 81. By comparison there are 123 Democrats who listed attorney or lawyer as their profession.
There are 100 US Senators. Every state gets 2 senators and there are 50 states. It is important to note that the President of the Senate, the person who presides over the sess…ions of the senate, is the Vice President of the US. He is not himself a senator, but in case of tie votes, he may cast the tie-breaking vote. Because Senators are replaced if they die or resign, there is very seldom less than a full complement of 100. However, there may be fewer than 100 present and voting, especially on day-to-day matters.
The first Senate to convene after the US Constitution was ratified had two senators from each of the 13 states. The first senate had 26 senators.
For 11th Congress, here are the names, party affiliation and Law School of each member of the Senate who is an attorney: Lamar Alexander: Republican: New York Univer…sity Max Baucus: Democrat:Stanford University Evan Bayh: Democrat: University of Virginia Michael Bennet: Democrat: Yale Jeff Bingaman: Democrat: Stanford University Kit Bond: Republican: University of Virginia Sam Brownbach: Republican: University of Kansas Roland Burris: Democrat: Howard University Robert Byrd: Democrat: American University Law School Ben Cardin: Democrat: University of Maryland Ben Casey: Democrat: Catholic University Saxby Chambliss: Republican: University of Tennessee Thad Cochran: Republican: University of Mississippi John Cornyn: Republican: University of Virginia Michael Crapo: Republican: Harvard Chris Dodd: Democrat: University of Louisville Dick Durbin: Democrat: Georgetown Russ Feingold: Democrat: Harvard Kirsten Gillibrand: Democrat: University of California, Los Angeles Lindsey Graham: Republican: University of South Carolina Judd Gregg: Republican: Boston University Tom Harkin: Democrat: Catholic University Orrin Hatch: Republican: University of Pittsburgh Kay Bailey Hutchinson: Republican: University of Texas Ken Inouye: Democrat: George Washington University Mike Johanns: Republican: Creighton University Tom Johnson: Democrat: University of South Dakota Paul Kirk: Democrat: Harvard Amy Klobucher: Democrat: University of Chicago John Kyl: Republican: University of Arizona Pat Leahy: Democrat: Georgetown George Lemieux: Republican: Georgetown Carl Levin: Democrat: Harvard Joe Lieberman: Independent: Yale Mel Martinez: Republican: Florida State University Claire McCaskill: Democrat: University of Missouri Mitch McConnell: Republican: University of Kentucky Robert Menendez: Democrat: Rutgers University Lisa Murkowski: Republican: Williamette College Ben Nelson: Democrat: University of Nebraska Bill Nelson: Democrat: University of Virginia Mark Pryor: Democrat: University of Arkansas Jack Reed: Democrat: Harvard Harry Reid: Democrat: Georgetown James Risch: Republican: University of Idaho Chuck Schumer: Democrat: Harvard Jeff Sessions: Republican: University of Alabama Richard Shelby: Republican: University of Alabama Arlen Specter: Democrat: Yale Tom Udall: Democrat: University of New Mexico David Vitter: Republican: Tulane George Voinovitch: Republican: Ohio State Mark Warner: Democrat: Harvard Jim Webb: Democrat: Georgetown Sheldon Whitehouse: Democrat: University of Virginia Roger Wicker: Republican: University of Mississippi Ron Wyden: Democrat: University of Oregon
FAIIILLLL (Note: It is possible for the membership of the Senate to be expanded temporarily to 113 seats, as per s. 26 of the Constitution Act, 1867; an extra senator, or tw…o extra senators, may be summoned to the Senate for each of Canada's four senatorial regions, on the recommendation of the Governor General to the Queen.)
There are 50 states at two senators per state there are 100 senators But I don't know if puerto rico has any
There are presently 41 Republican senators in the United States Senate.
Currently ONE: Barack Obama. In history: FIVE, including Barack Obama. United States Senate . In the Reconstruction era . Senator Party State Term . Hiram Rhodes …Revels Republican Mississippi 1870-1871 Blanche Kelso Bruce Republican Mississippi 1875-1881. In the modern era . Senator Party State Term . Edward William Brooke Republican Massachusetts 1967-1979 Carol Moseley Braun Democrat Illinois 1993-1999 Barack Obama Democrat Illinois 2005-present.