What includes all US senators and Representatives?
A Joint Session of the U.S. Congress includes all U.S. senators and representatives.
The U.S. Congress includes all U.S. Senators and all U.S. Representatives.
All states have 2 Senators. Ohio has 16 seats in the US House of Representatives.
As of 2013, Arizona has 2 senators (like all states) and 9 representatives in the US House.
100 senators, 435 representatives
yes it dose.
Rhode Island has 2 representatives in the US House of Representatives, and like all states it has 2 US Senators in the Senate.
You can see the current US Senators and US Representatives for Oklahoma at the related link below.
Every state has two US Senators. Maine has 2 representatives in the US House of Representatives. (see related questions)
There are two US Senators and 2 US Representatives in the House. The Maine legislature has 35 State Senators and 151 members of the Maine House of Representatives.
California has 53 US Representatives and 2 US Senators plus 40 State Senators and an 80 member State Assembly.
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.
All states have 2 senators in the US Senate. This is specified in Article One, Section Three of the US Constitution. The number of representatives a state has in the House of Representatives is determined by that state's population.
Every state has 2 senators. Representatives are determined by population.
There are no senators in the House of Representatives. The 100 US Senators are in the Senate, not the House.
Wyoming has only 1 Representative in the US House of Representatives. Like all states, it has 2 US Senators. The Wyoming House of Representatives of the Wyoming State Legislature has 60 members.
US equals 18 and State Representatives is 99, US Senators equals two and State Senators is 33.
* Ohio has two US Senators and 33 State Senators. * Ohio has 18 US Representatives an 99 State Representatives.
All states have 2 US Senators. Only the House of Representatives is based on population.
There are 2 senators for every state. The house of representatives varies from state to state depending on population. There are a total of 435 US Representatives and 100 US Senators. Arizona has thirty Arizona State Senators, eight US Representative in 2010 and nine starting in 2013 and two US Senators.
Wisconsin has 8 Representatives in the US House of Representatives and 2 Senators in the US Senate. The Wisconsin State Legislature consists of 33 Senators in the Wisconsin State Senate and 99 Representatives in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Each of the 50 US states has 2 US Senators. Following the 2010 Census, Texas has 36 seats in the US House of Representatives (gained 4).
There are 100 Senators, and 435 Representatives.
There are 100 US Senators and 435 voting US Representatives (plus 6 non-voting Representatives) for a total of 535 Congresspeople (541 when you include non-voters).
The residence requirement for US Representatives and Senators is they must be a resistant of the state they represent. They also have to be a US citizen for at least seven (Representative) or nine (Senator) years.
The US Senate has 100 members (Senators): 2 are elected from each of the 50 states. But the members of the US Senate are called senators and not "representatives." Representatives are what you call members of the other chamber of the US Congress - the House of Representatives. It has 435 members and the number is determined by the proportional population of the states.
There are 2 senators in Ohio, as in every other state. Ohio has 16 representatives in the US House, where the number of representatives differs from state to state. The Ohio state legislature has 33 state senators.
Both of the State's US Senators and eight of their thirteen US Representatives are members of the Democratic Party in thw 111th Congress.
There are 435 representatives in the House of Representatives, and there are 100 senators in the Senate.
All US states have two Senators. However, states with the fewest (1) representatives are Delaware, North and South Dakota, Wyoming, and Vermont.
the senators and the representatives
the answer is "state"
the senators and Representatives
Yes, Rhode Island continues to have 2 US Representatives in Congress (House of Representatives), as well as 2 US Senators.
US Senators hold office for six-year terms and Representatives serve two-year terms. The terms of Senators are staggered so that about 1/3 are elected every 2 years.
North Carolina currently has thirteen US Representatives in addition to its two US Senators.
Wyoming has 1 Representative in the US House of Representatives and 2 Senators in the US Senate.
Ohio has 16 representatives in the US House of Representatives in Congress. They also have two senators in the US Senate.
There are 100 senators, 2 per state. There are 435 representatives, and the exact number for each state varies based on its population as recorded by the US Census.
Representatives of the electorate in the US include: - US Senators and Representatives - state legislators - county commissioners - city councilmen - aldermen
There are 435 people in the House of Representatives and 100 in the Senate.
How often do US citizens vote for Senators and Representatives and is there a pattern in the election years?
Every two years, US citizens vote for some Senators (1/3 of the total) and all the Representatives. This is because A Senator has a term of office of six years and a Representative has a term of office of two years.
No. They get paid equally.
There are 100 US senators (2 from each state) and 435 US representatives from the 50 states, and also non-voting House delegates from Puerto Rico, Washington DC, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Marianas, and the US Virgin Islands. --- *There is a current listing of all members of Congress at the Wikipedia link below.
Virginia has 11 members in the US House of Representatives and two US Senators. So it has 13 electoral votes.
yes the US senators does receive a higher salary
Wisconsin has 8 Representative in the US House of Representatives and 2 Senators in the US Senate.
Since 2013 New York has had 27 representatives in the House of Representatives and 2 Senators, for a total of 29 representatives in the US Congress.
House of Representatives
100 senators, 2 per state, 6 year terms 435 representatives, 2 year terms