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to live in that state they represent

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I believe you are referring to the minimum age requirement to be a representative, senator or president. You must be at least 25 to be a representative, 30 to be a senator, or 35 to become president.


There is no minimum time of residency requirement for the House of Representatives.


14 years is the residency requirement for a U.S. president


the age requirement for a senator is 30 years of age


A Senator must be 30 years old at the time of the election and a member of the House must be only 25 years old. There is a shorter citizenship requirement also.


Mike easly is a representative, not a senator.


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No. a US Senator is your Representative to the Federal Government. and your State Senator is your Representative to your individual State.


The difference between a district representative and a senator is the pay scale. A senator would get paid more. There is also a difference in the number of constituents for each. A senator represents an entire state, and a district representative only represents a part of the state.


No. A Senator does not have to serve in the House of Represenatives first.


You have to be at least 25 years old in order to be a Representative, and you have to be at least 30 years old in order to be a Senator.


Andrew Jackson and Andrew Johnson both served as a senator and as a representative from Tennessee..


Senator Hillary Clinton bought a house in Chappaqua, New York to acquire residency. Clinton won the election and was sworn into office in January 2001.


A residency is the official home of a government representative in a foreign country. More specifically in former times, the official residence of the representative of a British Governor at a Native Indian Court


There are two senators and seven representatives that represent Colorado in Congress: Senator Mark Udall Senator Michael Bennet Representative Diana DeGette Representative Jared Polis Representative Scott Tipton Representative Cory Gardner Representative Doug Lamborn Representative Mike Coffman Representative Ed Perlmutter


I know it is not a requirement in all municipalities, but residency is a requirement for Chicago Policemen.


Through your Senator or Representative.


No, he was a Representative for 25 years but never a Senator. As Vice-President, he was President of the Senate but never an elected Senator.



Resident of the state from which he or she is elected (A+)


Senator or Representative one (but pretty sure senator)


Not much. A senator is one of the two kinds of Congressman. The other kind is a Representative.


While the citizenship requirement is from birth, the minimum residency requirement is only 14 years.


It is two years for a representative and four years for a state senator.


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 afterbeing 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 PresidentAndrew Jackson - 7th President (representative and later senator from Tennessee)William H. Harrison - 9th President (representative and senator from Ohio)John Tyler * 10th President (representative and senator from Virginia who was elected Vice President and served 47 months after succeeding William Henry Harrison)Franklin Pierce - 14th President (representative and senator from New Hampshire)James Buchanan - 15th President (representative and senator from Pennsylvania)Andrew Johnson * 17th President (representative from Tennessee, elected to Senate after leaving the White House)John F. Kennedy - 35th President (representative and senator from Massachusetts)Lyndon B Johnson - 36th President (representative and senator from Texas)Richard Nixon - 37th President (representative and senator from California)



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