about six years!
2 years i think
It would be every 6 years.
The people of a single congressional district elect each Representative; the people of an entire state elect each Senator.
6 year terms each
No, 17th Amendment changed the way we elect a senator
you elect each member of the house of representatives for four years each
Legally, anyone could. As long as the people elect her.
A term for a US Senator is 6 years.
for 6 years
about 4 years
In every set of three consecutive congressional elections, every state elects one U.S. Senator in each of two of them and does not elect a Senator in the other one. The next congressional election in which Missouri does not elect a U.S. Senator is the election of 2014.
Where did president elect Obama live in DC as a Senator?
Chyna is the smartest person u know but anyways the answer is 6 years so screw u
A senator is a senator-elect until he is sworn in (normally in January following an election). A senator newly elected is called a freshman senator.