1) each senator must be at least 30 years old.
2) must have been a citizen of the United States for at least the past nine years.
3) must be (at the time of the election) a citizen of the state he or she seeks to represent.
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A US senator must be at least 30 years, must have been a US citizen for the past 9 years and must be a resident of the state that he wants to represents.
A US senator must be:25 years oldA US citizen for at least nine yearsA resident of the state that they will represent(As stated in Article 1, Section 3 of the US Constitution)
Article I, Section 3 of the United States Constitution
There are no minimum toe requirements; you don't even need feet.
Harding was a US Senator from Ohio when he ran for President. He ran a newspaper and was active in the Ohio political scene before he was elected Senator.
US Citizen for 9 years as of date of election, at least 30 years old and money.
He was a US Senator from Illinois and held a law degree from a good school.
McCain is the senator of Arizona!
Here are the three qualifications necessary to become a Senator.at least 30 years old.a U.S. citizen for at least nine years at the time of election to the Senate.a resident of the state one is elected to represent in the Senate.
He has been a US Senator for many years and shares most of Obama's political views.
For a US senator 1. at least 30 years old 2. has been a citizen of the US for the past 9 years. 3. and must live in the state they seek to represent.
US Senators must be 30 years of age or older , have been a citizen of the United States for nine years and live in the state he/she represents.
There are 3 qualifications to become an United States Senator. They are greater than the qualifications to become a House of Representative, but less than the qualifications to become President. These are all recorded very specifically in our Constitution. They are: 1. Be at the least, 35 years of age. 2. Must have been an US citizen at least 9 years. 3. Reside (live) in the state in which you are elected from. A House of Representative serves a term of 2 years, the President for a term of 4 years, and a Senator for a term of 6 years.
Senators have to be at least 30 years old, have been a citizen of the US for the past 9 years and be inhabitants of the state they are representing.
Becoming involved in the campaign management of a Senator is easier said then done. The US Senate Employment placement office has a list of related jobs and what qualifications are needed.
The Three qualifications for a United States Senator are (1) each Senator must be at least 30 years old (2) must have been a citizen of the United States for at least the past nine years ,and (3) must be (at the time of the election) an inhabitant of the State he or she seeks to represent. You can find this in Article 1, Section 3 of the United States Constitution.
Yes you must be living in the US to be a US Senator
be an American citizen... and be elected... that's about it
the three qualifications to become a U.S. Senator are you must be 30 years of age, must be a citizen 10 years prior, and you must live in the state you represent
The qualifications for US Senate are: 1. 30 years old 2. resident of the state from which you are elected 3. citizen of the United States for at least 9 years
What is one of your state's US Senator?
he became a us senator when he was 23
No, you cannot be both a Senator in a state legislature and a Senator in the US Congress at the same time.
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