How were us senators elected at the time of 1787?
House of Representatives
There are three classes of US senators comprising of 33 or 34 senators. A complete class of senators becomes due for election at the same time. This means that 33 or 34 senators are elected at a time.
US senators are elected for a 6 year term.
US Senators were delegated by the legislatures of the state they represented. Their function was to represent the states' interests in the US Congress.
US senators are elected for six years.
It depends which country you are referring to. US senators are elected for six years
US Senators serve six year terms. There is no limit on how many terms they can serve. It is common for senators to serve for multiple terms.
a US Senators term is 6 years.
There are no Senators in the House. Senators are elected to the US Senate while Representatives are elected to the US House of Representatives. Senators serve terms of six years while Representatives serve 2 year terms.
On 2010 Texas elections 16 State senators will be elected for a 4 year term and no US Senators this year Texas US Senators will be elected on 2012. The seat left by Kay Bailey Hutchison will be appointed by the Governor
2 US senators are elected from each state making a grand total of 100 US senators
It obviously depends on the country you are talking about. US Senators are elected for 6 years.
No, they are not.
US senators never elect the US president. Possibly some future senators or ex-senators once served as electors.
US Senators are elected to a six year term of office.
The 17th amendment resulted in US senators being elected directly by the voting public.
The Seventeenth Amendment allowed U.S. Senators to be elected directly by the people.
Adams was elected in 1787 to be the first US vice president.
Yes- They get elected by popular vote in their respective states. Until the 17th amendment was ratified in 1913, US senators were elected by the legislatures of their states.
They are elected by popular vote within their state each 6 years. US Senators have been elected by direct popular vote in their respective states since 1913, with the ratification of the 17th Amendment.
Senators in the US are elected for a period of six years. They can be re-elected.
In the US, Senators are elected to a term of 6 years.
Over 59 senators are elected statewide in the US State of Illinois, according to Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia.
Yes, they are elected by the people of a state.
every 6 years.
The State Legislatures.
6 year terms
Assuming you mean US Senators, then FALSE. They are elected to 6-year terms
They're elected by the residents of their state in statewide elections.
US senators must be at least 30.
United States senators are elected or reelected every six years as stipulated by the US Constitution.
US senators are elected to a 6 year term of office (and there is no limit to the number of times that they can be re-elected, unlike the President who can only serve a maximum of two terms).
Warren G. Harding was elected Senator from Ohio in 1914, and in 1920, near the end of his term, he was elected President of the US. Harding's election was the first in Ohio following the 17th Amendment -- making senators elected by popular vote. Before that time, the state legislatures had selected the senators from almost all states.
There are two senators for each US state.
100. For each state in the U.S., there are two elected senators.
US Senators are elected to a 6-year term, and if continuously elected, can hold that office until death.
U. S. Senators
They are elected by the people.
Senators were elected by the legislatures of their states for many years. November, 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the last time that state legislatures picked some of the U. S. Senators instead of the general public electing all of them, with the exception of cases in which a temporary replacement was appointed until a special election could be held. -HW
unlike the president who stops at 2 terms, Senators can be elected for as many terms as they want
There are always two elected for each state. Since the US has 50 states there a 100 senators.
US equals 18 and State Representatives is 99, US Senators equals two and State Senators is 33.
No. Senator's were not elected by popular vote until the passage of the 19th amendment.
One-third of the senate is elected every two years.
Louisiana has 2 US Senators, like every other state. The State Senate consists of 39 elected state senators.
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 from 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… Read More
By a vote of the state legislatures.
A US Senator is elected to a six year term.
The two US senators were both in their first terms from 2013 to 2017: Ron Johnson (R), senior senator, elected to a term from 2011 to 2017, re-elected for 2017 to 2023. Tammy Baldwin (D), junior senator, elected to a term from 2013 to 2019.