How often do you elect a us senator?
U.S. senators are elected for six-year terms, so every six years each senate seat is up for election.
Who was a member of the House of Representatives a senator-elect and a president-elect at the same time?
A total of 9 US Presidents were both former US Representatives as well as former Senators. Three were elected Vice Presidents who succeeded to the Presidency, but only one (LBJ) was also elected President. Another (Andrew Johnson, became a Senator after being President. James Garfield (20th President) was simultaneously a US representative, Senator-elect, and President-elect, having being appointed to a vacant US Senate seat in Ohio that he never occupied. Representatives/Senators who became President Andrew…
Each State has two senators, who are elected for terms of 6 years. If a senator dies in office or resigns, the state governor or legislature may choose to appoint a replacement senator or hold a special election to elect a replacement. The replacement senator serves out the remainder of the original 6-year term.
- Author (his senior thesis Appeasment in Munich, retitled Why England Slept(1940); and Pulitzer Prize-winning Profiles in Courage (1956) as a senator, although there is much controversy over the authorship). - Intelligence officer, sailor (US Navy/US Navy Reserve) in WWII: served 1940-1945 - Journalist: c. 1946 - Congressman 1946-1952 - US Senator 1952-1960 - US President-elect Oct 1960-Jan 1961 Then President from 1961-63