How many republicans lawyers in us senate?
Most trial lawyers are Democraps..........ALL the crooked ones are liberal progressive Democraps.
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Technically there are two, criminal and civil. Criminal attorneyspractice in the area of prosecution or defense, covering many areasfrom high priority felonies to traffic and juvenile issues, and"white collar crime." Civil attorneys practice in many areas suchas domestic law, tax law, corporate law,… personal injury and soforth. Some attorneys practice in general law which pertains toboth criminal and civil issues. divorce lawyers too All lawyersstart out basically the same. Few law schools have specialtytracks, though some allow a concentration in some areas.Specialization occurs after law school. The only type of lawyer that is actually licensed differently isthe Patent Attorney, who must pass the Patent Bar as well as thestandard state bar exam. Other types of specialization: . Tax Law . Environmental Law . Family Law . Patent Law . Contract Law . Property Law . Commercial Law (MORE)
ANSWER Members in 114th Congress, Seated on January 3,2015: House: Republicans 247, Democrats 188, Independents 0. Senate: Republicans 54, Democrats 44, Independents 2. ---
Number of Lawyers in the US . According to the American Bar Association, there were 1,128,729resident and active attorneys in the United States in 2006 and1,143,358 in 2007. A small percentage of the increase (actualnumber 352) is due to American Somoa and Guam being added to thesurvey in 2007. . …The number of resident and active attorneys in each state isavailable at the link provided below. (MORE)
According to Wikipedia: "Fifty-six [U.S. Senators] hold degrees in the law, of whom forty-nine actually practiced law.
Answer . They certainly wouldn't admit to it so there is no way of getting proper statistics on this.
senator susan Collins of Maine or Olympia snowe Answer senator susan Collins of Maine or Olympia snowe
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 sessions 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 t…ie-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. (MORE)
Senators= 149. House of Representatives= 198. Senators= 49. House of Representatives=198. The second one is the correct. 49, 198... yeah that one.
41 Republicans, 56 Democrats: Joe Lieberman and Bernie Sanders are Independents; one seat from Minnesota is contested
Republican: 242 Democrat: 193 http://www.thecapitol.net/FAQ/cong_numbers.html There are currently 178 Republicans in the United States House of Representatives out of 435 seats in total.
As of 2014, there are 10,000 lawyers who are employed by the USDepartment of Justice. The department was established on July 1,1870.
25 of the 43 presidents, including the current President Obama, were members of the bar and qualified to practice as lawyers. Some of them, such as Jefferson, John Quincy Adams and Woodrow Wilson, had a very limited practice. (Obama is known as the 44th President, but only 43 people have been Pre…sident. Cleveland is counted twice, as both the 22nd and 24 presidents.) (MORE)
There have been 18 Republican Presidents in the US. since AbrahamLincoln ran as a Republican in 1861. He became the first RepublicPresident.
According to Jack Cafferty on CNN this evening, Sept.4, 2008 there are 28%% registered Republicans. Simply log onto Google under Registered Republicans and see the drop in many states.
According to congressmerge.com, a searchable database on the 110th congress... Your database search matched 78 members of Congress, including: . 19 Senators and 58 Representatives . 78 Republicans You searched for members of Congress who fulfill all the following criteria: . They are Republ…icans. . 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. (MORE)
Every state has two senators because representation in the Senateis equal among states of all population sizes. Thus, Kentucky hastwo Republican senators in the 112th Congress, Mitch McConnell andRand Paul. McConnell is the Republican Leader in the Senate.Meanwhile, representation in the House of Re…presentatives is basedon population. There are currently 435 Representatives. Of these,Kentucky has six: Whitfield, Ed, Kentucky, 1st district Guthrie, S. Brett, Kentucky, 2nd district Yarmuth, John A., Kentucky, 3rd district Davis, Geoff, Kentucky, 4th district Rogers, Harold, Kentucky, 5th district Chandler, Ben, Kentucky, 6th district The purpose of having each US state have two senators is a check onstates with large populations. Having a small state having a sayand influence is best served by the current system. The Houserepresentatives are based on a states population. This is equalizedby the two senator per state concept. (MORE)
There are 57 Democrats in the Senate and 40 Republicans. There are also two independents who caucus with the Democrats. In addition there is one empty seat that was vacated on the death of Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts. If this seat were filled, there would be a total of 100 Senators--two …from each of the 50 states. In the House of Representatives (Congress's other house), there are 256 Democrats and 178 Republicans, making for a total of 434 Representatives. There is also one vacant seat. The House normally has a total of 435 voting members apportioned among the 50 states on the basis of their populations. Populous states such as California and New York have the most members. And smaller states have fewer members. Every ten years a census is taken and the results are used to reapportion representatives among the states. The House of Representatives also has six members who do not vote. They represent the District of Colombia and other American lands such as Guam and American Samoa which are not states. For example Eleanor Holmes Norton represents the District of Colombia. For members of both houses broken down by political party, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/111th_United_States_Congress#Party_summary For info on the Senate, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Senate For information on the House of Representatives, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_House_of_Representatives For a listing of the members of the House of Representatives, see: http://www.house.gov/house/MemberWWW_by_State.shtml For info on one of the non-voting delegates to the House of Representatives, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_Holmes_Norton (MORE)
The very first Republican President, Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer. Andrew Johnson, a tailor by trade was the Vice President to Lincoln and became President himself after Lincolns assassination. Ulysses S. Grant a career military man became the 18th President but the following seven Republican Presid…ents, listed below, were all lawyers. II.) Rutherford Birchard Hayes III) James Abram Garfield IV) Chester Alan Arthur V) Benjamin Harrison VI) William Mckinley VII) Theodore Roosevelt VIII) William Howard Taft Taft was followed by Warren G. Harding who studied law but did not like it and was a business man before becoming President. Harding's vice-president and successor on his death, Calvin Coolidge, was a lawyer, who was then followed by Herbert Hoover, a mining engineer. The next Republican President elected was Dwight D Eisenhower who was not a lawyer but a military man but the next Republican President elected was Richard "tricky Dick" Nixon a consummate lawyer. Gerald R Ford was a lawyer but Ronald Regan was an actor although not a consummate actor and both of the Bush's, father and son, were businessmen before entering politics. In total there have been 18 Republican Presidents since Abraham Lincoln was elected. An astounding 10 of those eighteen Presidents were lawyers. (MORE)
Charles "Mac" Mathias who was in office from 3 January 1969 until 6 January 1987.
This is straight from the Official U.S. Senate Website:. "111th Congress (2009-2011) . Majority Party: Democrat (57 seats). Minority Party: Republican (40 seats). Other Parties: 1 Independent; 1 Independent Democrat. Total Seats: 100. Note: Minnesota's class 2 seat remains undecided. Senator A…rlen Specter was reelected in 2004 as a Republican, and became a Democrat on April 30, 2009. Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut was reelected in 2006 as an independent candidate, and became an Independent Democrat. Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont was elected in 2006 as an Independent." (MORE)
For the 2013 session (113th Congress), there are 45 Republicans, 53 Democrats, and 2 Independents who caucus with the Democrats.
There are roughly 55 million registered Republicans. There are roughly 72 million Democrats. And there are roughly 42 million registered independents.. That is less than 170 million people. There are more than 300 million Americans.. COMMENT ON THE ABOVE STATS: (this is a rough estimate). People …in the USA - a little over 300 million. Children under the age of 18 (voting age) - about 70 million. Adults over the age of 18 (voting age) - about 230 million. Adults registered to vote - about 170 million. People who voted in the 2008 election: 122 million (a little over 2/3) (MORE)
It depends on when you are looking for it changes a lot but at the moment it is 178 Republicans and 255 Democrats
There have been 18 Republican presidents since the party was formed in 1854. The first was Lincoln who was elected in 1860 and the most recent was George W. Bush who left office in 2009.
In the 113th Congress (2013-2014), there are 4 U.S. Republicansenators who are women. They are Kelly Ayotte, Susan Collins, DebFischer and Lisa Murkowski.
In the 113th Congress (2013-2014), there are 4 Republican senators who are women and 16 Democratic senators who are women.
How many current us senators have served in the military how many of them where democrat how many where republicans?
There are 25 members of the United States Senate who are veterans. The number of veterans in Congress has been falling since the end of the Vietnam war. One Senator Daniel Inouye from Hawaii is a World War II Veteran and the winner of the Medal of Honor. Another, Jim Webb of Virginia is a former S…ecretary of the Navy. (MORE)
ask your teacher. i think there might be about 20 though. correction there are 16 female us senators.
As of November 5, 2010, there are 46 Republican Senators. A tight Senate race in Alaska is still undecided. If the Republican candidate Joe Miller is victorious, the official breakdown will be 51 Democrats, 47 Republicans, and two independents who caucus with the Democrats.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_Security_Act_of_1965 The bill went through more than five hundred amendments before being passed by majority vote in both the House (307-116) and Senate (70-24). The legislation made two amendments to the Social Security Act of 1935. Title 18, which became know…n as Medicare, includes Part A, which provides hospital insurance to the aged, and Part B, which provides supplemental medical insurance. Title 19, which became known as Medicaid, states that at the state's discretion, it can finance the healthcare for individuals who were at or close to the public assistance level. (MORE)
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 University 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 (MORE)
George W. Bush (Republican) had 55 seats in the Senate after the 2004 elections. Under President Ronald Reagan the Republicans won 54 seats in the Senate after the 1982 elections. President Eisenhower also had a Republican Senate, but his was only a 48 seats majority because Hawaii and Alaska wer…e not represented yet. It takes 60 seats to break a filibuster and 67 to pass an amendment to the Constitution or remove the president from office through an impeachment trial. (MORE)
Each state gets 2 US senators regardless of how large/small the state or how many/few people in the state. The senators can be from any party....the people of the state elect whomever they want.
There's no way to know. current estimates of LGBT's worldwide are 4-10% of the worlds population. it could be anywhere between 2 million - 30 million.
Two. Every US state elects 2 US senators, regardless of the populationof the state. The state's number of US Representatives in the House isproportional to its population.
There are two senators for each state of the United States. Intotal, there are 100 senators that serve six year terms each.
All US states have two senators. It is the representation in theHouse of Representatives that varies by population. Although thissystem has worked well over time, there are many political analystswho believe that term limits will prevent power being accumulatedby individuals. Extra long terms for th…e US congress also allowcommittee chairmanships to be held only by long term congressmen. (MORE)
Five . . Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) . Sen. Olympia Snow (R-ME) . Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) . Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN) . Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH)
The most senior Republican Senator in the United States Senate is Orrin Hatch of Utah. He first assumed office on January 3, 1977 and was most recently elected in 2012.
At the start of the 112th Congress there will be 51 Democrats, 47 Republicans and 2 Independents.
This must be the 10th time this site has come up in my google searches and none of the questions are ever answered.
18 - Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, B. Harrison, McKinley, T. Roosevelt, Taft, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush, Bush.
There are 51 Democrats, 47 Republicans, and 2 Independents, both of whom caucus with the Democrats.
According the the American Bar Association there are over 76,000 personal injury lawyers in the US comprised mostly of law firms with 50 or less lawyers. There are also multiple directories that list in excess of 50,000 personal injury law firms and lawyers.
there are 100 senators in the Senate, 2 for every state of America. Of those, there are 41 republicans.
To be honest, most lawyers use technology. The definition of technology is "Machinery and equipment developed from such scientific knowledge." So therefore a cellular phone is technology. But in other terms, some lawyers such as myself use Microsoft Office to type up speeches, documents, etc., so ye…s i'd say most lawyers use technology. (MORE)
In the summer of 2012, there are 241 Republican U. S. Representatives (56%) and 47 Republican U. S. Senators (47%).
At the beginning of the 113th Congress, 45 of the 100 U.S. Senators are Republicans.
The American political parties, including the Democratic Party and the Republican parties are actually each 50 political parties. The nature of political parties in the United States is a function of each of the 50 states. So there is a Texas Democratic party and a Nebraska Democratic party and a R…epublican New York party and so on. Each state constructs its own rules for political parties within the borders of that state. Unfortunately for your question not all of the states have a system that registers voters in one political party or the other. So you have what is called an "open primary." That means that a registered voter does not declare his or her party affiliation when he or she registers, but when he or she votes in the party primary. For example in Texas you could wake up on primary election day (not the general election day) and decide which party primary you wish to vote in. It is your choice. After you vote, say in the Republican Party primary your voter registration certificate is stamped "Republican." That stamp has very little meaning unless the party has another primary election in the time before you get a new voter registration card (usually each year.) And on the general election day, usually the first Tuesday in November, you can still vote for whichever candidates you choose. It is a secret ballot. The best measure for Democrats and Republicans is probably the General Election Day for President of the United States every four years. In the last election 52% voted Democratic and 47% (ironic, huh?) voted Republican. In the 2012 general election 65,907,213 persons voted Democratic and 60,931,767 voted Republican. Of course, in the United States of America we do not elect our President by popular vote. What really counts is the electoral college. And that is the answer to another question. (MORE)
1946 different people have been a U.S. Senator to date. Mo Cowen of Massachusetts, who took office in February of 2013, is the 1946th.