As of 2015, the two senators from Florida are Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson. Senator Rubio is a member of the Republican Party and up for re-election in 2017; Senator Nelson is a Democrat up for re-election in 2019. More »

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The best way to find out the name of the state senator representing a certain area is to visit the U.S. Senate website, senate.gov. This website has a directory of contact information for all state senators. It provides ... More »

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As of 2015, the two senators with the largest constituency in the U.S. Senate are Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Sen, Barbara Boxer. Both are Democrats from California. A senator's constituency size consists of the entire off... More »

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As of 2015, the Florida Federal Senators are Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio. Updated information about current Florida senators is available on the website of the United States Senate. More »

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Each state in the United States is represented by two senators in the Senate, regardless of the state's total population. This means that the largest and most populous states, such as California and Texas, have the same ... More »

Florida’s two U.S. senators in 2015 are Democrat Bill Nelson and Republican Marco Rubio. Nelson has served as a senator since 2001, while Rubio has been in office since 2011. More »

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Some of Florida's most notable senators include David Levy Yulee, Lawton Chiles and Paula Hawkins. David Levy Yulee became the state’s first senator when Florida gained statehood in 1845. He was also the first Jewish mem... More »

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