Who does a U.S. Senator represent?

A U.S. senator represents all the people in a state. Each state has two senators. Every citizen who is over 18 and living in a state can vote for both senators from that state. The number of U.S. senators does not change if a state has more people or fewer people living in it. This way, every state has equal representation in the Senate. U.S. senators represent all the people of the state.

Words in bold are English words you may not know. You can learn these words in the Word List.

Question Asked in Exam :

 Who does a U.S. Senator represent?

Correct answer: All people of the state

Explanation: Each state has two senators who represent all the residents of that state.

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