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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...

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Hello Fellow Americans, After our last blog, we really thought our we finished our blogs regarding the Senate, but you guys simply would not allow it (which we totally appreciate).You said you wanted more historical facts about the Senate and we’re here to provide.   Let’s Get Started… Originally Elected By State Legislature   This didn’t change until the seventeenth amendment was enacted where the people of the state elect the senators instead of the legislature.   Name Comes From Ancient Rome   That’s right, the name “Senate” comes from the governmental branch established originally  by Rome.   Paid A...

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Hello Fellow Americans, We thought we finished our section explaining the Senate, but there was an overwhelming response to go over each section of leadership in the Senate and we didn’t want to disappoint. So, today we’ll be discussing the 6 sections of leadership within the Senate. Let’s Get Started…   President   That’s right, the Senate has an overarching president to deal with daily operations such as tie breaking when voting on new laws.The person in charge of this position is the U.S. vice president (Mike Pence).   President Pro Tempore   This is a backup in the event...

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Hello Fellow Americans, Ever since we did our blog on The Senate, you wanted to see the congressional guidelines to be considered for a spot within this section of government. So, let’s not waste any more time and get right into it.   Must Be At Least 30   That’s right, age does matter when it comes to The Senate—you must be at least 30+ years of age or wait until you reach the age limit.   Must Be A U.S. Citizen For 9 Years   Unlike the president you don’t have to be a United States born citizen, just...

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Hello Fellow Americans, We have done pretty much every blog imaginable about The House of Representatives, so today we’re going to be focusing on the Senate and discuss some of their daily responsibilities. Let’s get started…   The Senate can be defined as, “an assembly or council of citizens having the highest deliberative functions in a government, especially a legislative assembly of a state or nation.”   Now what exactly is the House of Representatives Responsible For? Keep Scrolling To Find Out…   Approve Presidential Appointments   The senate is responsible for approving appointees like cabinet members, Supreme Court Justices,...

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