To become a senator you have to be 30 years old and live in the state which you are representing.
A naturalized citizen can be a US Senator, although not the US President.
A person must be a US citizen for nine years before they can become a senator.
A US Senator must have been a citizen of the US as a natural-born citizen in order to become eligible for that office. In other words, people who are not born in the US cannot become senator.
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.
He was elected as US Senator in 1952 and took in January of 1953.
Yes, for campaigning
30 years of age
In the US, a senator must be at least 30 years of age.
Andrew Johnson came back as a US Senator after his hard times in the White House.
If you take a look at some of our current US Senators, you will see there are obviously NO EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, nor are there any moral requirements necessary to become a US Senator.
The very first African American senator was named Hiram Rhodes Revels. (Hiram Rhodes Revels) became the first African American US senator in 1870. When Mississippi senator Jefferson Davis resigned to become president of the Confederacy, Revels completed his term.
Pierce was elected to the US Senate in 1836 and took office in 1837.
Hillary Clinton, wife of President Bill Clinton, was elected to be a US Senator from New York. She resigned that job to become Secretary of State.
He assumed office on 3 January 1987.
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John C. Calhoun resigned as vice president late in his last term in order to become a US Senator.
According to the Constitution, the minimum age is 30 years old.
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