The official website for the United States Senate features a list of all the current senators. The list is in alphabetic order and includes the address, phone number and other contact information for each senator. More »

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Senate.gov provides a list of senate votes under the Legislation and Records heading. On the Legislation and Records page click Votes for a list of recent votes. Click the year links under the Roll Call Tables heading fo... More »

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Senators are elected for 6-year terms and can be elected to the United States Senate an unlimited number of times. In the initial writing of the U.S. Constitution, Senators had to be elected by state legislatures, but th... More »

As of September 2014, there are 16 different standing committees in the United States Senate. Each committee adopts its own set of rules and guidelines to follow. More »

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Politico.com has a comprehensive, interactive map of the 2014 United States Senate races. The map shows which states held U.S. Senate elections in 2014, Republican losses/gains and Democratic losses/gains, and a state-by... More »

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As of 2015, there are 100 members of the U.S. Senate. Since the U.S. Constitution sets the number of senators at two per state, this number has held steady since the admission of Hawaii as the 50th state in 1959. More »

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Senators are elected for 6-year terms and can be elected to the United States Senate an unlimited number of times. In the initial writing of the U.S. Constitution, Senators had to be elected by state legislatures, but th... More »