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How many US congressmen are lawyers?
At the federal level, the word, "Congressman" is often used to denote a member of the House of Representatives. There are 435 seats in the House of Representatives. Each stat…e is allotted at least one representative and the rest are divided according to population as recorded in the most recent national census. (The US Congress also includes the US Senate which has 100 members, two from each state regardless of population. )
About 78 days in session. It's explained here http://www.unclejayexplains.com/2007/09/03/uncle-jay-explains-the-news-september-3-2007/
There are 18 in the US House. There are 203 state representatives in the State House.
There are 435 representatives in the US House of Representatives ("congressmen"). There are 100 senators in the US Senate. There are also 6 non-voting members of the H…ouse, one each from Washington DC, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Marianas, and the US Virgin Islands.
Only one. Peter Welch (D) currently has that position.
The House of Representatives of Congress number 435 (435 of them from districts of roughly equal population) are elected for terms of two years. Senators (100 of them, two f…rom each State) are elected to six year terms. Usually the members of the House of Representatives are call "congressmen". and the members of the Senate are called "senators". QUestion a bit unclear. It could be interepreted as historical, in which case the answer is that the nation has been electing congressmen since the Constitution was passed in 1787. Stepping back a bit further, men were elected to three Continental Congress in 1774 through 1789.
Eight in 2010.
The term "Congressman" is usually applied to an elected member of the US House of Representatives. For a list of the Representatives by state, see the related link below.
36 from the house of representatives, 2 senators, totaling up to 38 people in average government for Texas.
None. Puerto Rico is not a state and does not have any US Representatives. They have an official observer who can make speeches and lobby for legislation, but has no vote.