The current US senators are:
Dick Durbin (D-IL) senior senator for the term 2015-2021.
Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) junior senator for the term 2017-2023.
In 2012, the U. S. Senators from Illinois are Dick Durbin and Mark Kirk.
Illinois has 2 senators, all US states have two senators.
There are 59 State Senators in the Illinois Senate and two US Senators from Illinois in the US Senate.
Every US state, including Illinois, has two US senators.
The current Illinois US senators are Dick Durbin and Mark Kirk. Mark Kirk is a Republican from Champaign, Il and Dick Durbin is a Democrat from East St. Louis.
The U. S. Senators from Illinois are Dick Durbin, who's current term ends at the end of 2014, and Mark Kirk, who's current term ends at the end of 2016.
Richard Durbin and Mark Kirk are Illinois' two senators.
There are 59 State Senators and two US Senators.
the two senators for Illinois is Dick Durbin and Mark Kirk.
Illinois has 2 U.S. Senators as does every state. The 2 current Illinois senators are Dick Durbin, a Democrat, and Mark Kirk, a Republican. Barack Obama was a U.S. Senator from Illinois from 2005-2008.
There is a list of all current US Senators at the related link below.
Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth are the senators as of 2017.
The senior U.S. Senator from Illinois between January 3, 1999 and January 3, 2015 is Dick Durbin (D).
Richard Durbin and Ronald Burris
Dick Durbin and Roland Burris.
Dick Durbin and Mark Kirk are the US Senators from Illinois in 2011.
No. All states have exactly two US Senators.
If you are asking about US Senators for the State of Illinois, there are two:Dick DurbinTammy DuckworthIf you are asking about Illinois State Senators, there are 59 of them.
there are 100 in the U.S and 2 from each state
Because 59 are State Senators and two are US Senators.
Currently Tammy Duckworth is a US senator from Illinois.
Over 59 senators are elected statewide in the US State of Illinois, according to Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia.
Illinois has two senators and 19 representative in the US Congress.
same as the rest of Illinois: Dick Durbin and Mark Kirk
Most states in the US had their state legislators vote on US senate nominees. Illinois did this in that manner.