Name of senators from Massachusetts?
Ted Kennedy (D) and John Kerry (D).
John Kerry and Ted Kennedy
The two current US Senators from MA are John Kerry (D) and Scott Brown (R). Massachusetts has it's own Senate, comprised of 40 Senators, elected to represent their individual district within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Presently, Therese Murray (D) presides as the Senate President and Bruce E. Tarr (R) as the Minority Leader.
The answer to this depends on which state you're from. Every state gets two US senators. For example, I am from Massachusetts and my two senators are Edward Markey (just elected to replace John Kerry) and Elizabeth Warren. To find out your two senators, go to the US Senate website. I enclose the link.
Massachusetts has 10 congressional districts. Its U.S. House members are: * Capuano, Michael E., Massachusetts, 8th * Delahunt, William, Massachusetts, 10th * Frank, Barney, Massachusetts, 4th * Lynch, Stephen F., Massachusetts, 9th * McGovern, James, Massachusetts, 3rd * Markey, Ed, Massachusetts, 7th * Neal, Richard E., Massachusetts, 2nd * Olver, John, Massachusetts, 1st * Tierney, John, Massachusetts, 6th * Tsongas, Niki, Massachusetts, 5th (from http://www.house.gov/house/MemberWWW_by_State.shtml#ma). Additionally, its U.S. senators are Edward Kennedy and John Kerry.
The number of electoral votes for each state is equal to the sum of its number of Senators and its number of Representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives. Based on the 2010 Census, there are 9 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts. Therefore, Massachusetts has 11 electoral votes.