Can a senate hold other jobs?
What other positions can a U.S Senator hold
I believe it is the House of Representatives. If not it's the Senate.
Neither the house of representatives nor the senate
no they can not and neither can the senate.
legislator in the u.s senate. legislator in the u.s senate.
Mozart was best known for being a composer, but he did hold other jobs. These included a court musician and a pianist.
He was the VP under Lincoln during the civil war. Became president when Lincoln died and served in the senate.
president of the senate
Vice President of the United States
Senators could hold their seat in the Roman senate for life if they chose. The Roman senate was not a legislative body such as our present day senates. The Roman senate was a class or a rank and its members were not elected. True, some elected officials were automatically enrolled in the senate, but they were officials such as quaestor or tribune who were elected for their jobs, not to the senate itself. As long… Read More
The President of the Senate holds the office of Vice-President. But actually it is more correct to say that the Vice-President shall also be the President of the Senate.
There are several other jobs that teachers may hold during the summer months. They may be cashiers, tutors, babysitters, librarians, etc.
Why being the Vice President of the United States, of course!!
There are many countries, and other organisations such as universities, which are governed by a body called The Senate. They are all differently composed.
The Democrats hold a majority in the Senate.
He gets to break a tied vote. Other than that, virtually nothing.
Prior to President, Richard Nixon served in the US House of Representatives, the US Senate and Vice-President under Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Technically, no they can not. ShiontaeRobinson;)
No they can't
The Democrats hold a majority in the Senate.
He is the president of the senate.
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The president of the senate is the vice president of the United States.
The President Pro Tempore of the Senate is the Vice-President of the United States. One of his jobs in the Senate is to break a possible vote tie.
Republicans hold the State Senate with a 30 to 20 majority and the Democrats hold the House with a 104 to 99 majority.
The Senate has the sole power to hold the trial
No. He is just changing jobs. He is still in the Senate and not retired.
The Republicans hold the majority in the State Senate with a majirt of 30 to 20.
From 1911-1913 he was a member of the New York state Senate, From 1913-1920 he served as assistant secretary of the Navy, from 1920- 1933 he was the governor of New York, then he became president.
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the president makes the rules
No, making treaties with other countries is one of the jobs of the U.S. President. However, they can't go into effect until/unless at least two thirds of the U.S. Senate approves them.
The president appoints his cabinet, foreign ambassadors, federal judges and other high ranking government officials. All must be approved by the US Senate.
You vote for them. Those are the people who run for state senate, state house, state assembly, or for the U.S. House or U.S. Senate.
They are appointed by the president subject to approval by the US Senate.
They are elected by popular senate/house vote
The ancient Roman senate was basically a consulting body. Issues would be debated during meetings and voted upon. They did not actually have the power to pass a law, that had to be voted upon by the people. During the principate the senate was no more than a rubber stamp for whatever the emperor wanted. The senate could also hold treason trials or high profile trials on other matters.
He filled the senate with people who were loyal to him, so he could avoid reproach from the other branches.
Besides waiting to take the place of the president, the VP serves as the president of the US Senate where he can vote to break a tie if need be.
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Why my mom have not a jobs
Women in New Zealand hold numerous jobs. Some women are politicians, doctors, lawyers, nurses, teachers, cashiers, cooks, and much more. Women in New Zealand hold jobs that men also hold.
In 2011, that answer is the Democrats are in control of the Senate (and the White House). Republicans hold the House of Representatives.
The Republican opposition in Congress is currently the majority. The official opposition holds over 225 seats, as opposed to the Senate in which case the Democrats hold the majority of the 100 Senate seats.
The senate's duties include reading proposed bills and voting on those bills. The senate then has to forward any passed bills to the House of Representatives.
The Presiding Officer in the Missouri senate is the lieutenant governor. As of July 2014, David Dewhurst hold the office.
Article 1 Section 3 of the Constitution states that the Vice President of the US shall hold what position within the Senate?
President of the Senate
As of the 112th Congress (2011-2013), the Democrats hold a 51 to 47 advantage in the Senate, with two Independents.
The Democrats, hold a majority of seats in the US House of Representatives, and Senate.