Hello Fellow Americans,
You guys have been wondering where exactly the Senate meets to conduct many important legal voting. Well, we decided to dive deeper and incorporate location, occupancy level, and much more. So, let’s not waste any more time and let’s get started…
How many Senators are allowed?
There are 100 Senators in the Senate. Each state elects two Senators and they usually pack the building when voting on important matters.
How long can someone be on the Senate?
A Senator is elected for a term of six years, but they can serve as many terms as they get voted into. However, there only remains 100 seats to be filled on the senate at all times.
Where does the Senate hold their meetings?
The Senate holds meetings in the Senate Chamber (located in the north wing of the U.S. Capitol Building). Desks are arranged in a large semicircle with the leaders sitting in the middle.
The Senator’s Chambers is a place of professionalism and judiciary progression. Let us know in the comments if you’d like to see an in-depth blog using images to get a better feel of the senate layout and we’ll get started right away!
See You Later Patriot!!!