How Many Senators Are There in Congress?

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There are 100 members that comprise the United States Senate.
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The total number of senators in the U.S congress is 100, which is 2 per state as required by Article 1 of the Constitution. Each state is eligible to have two Senators no matter what the population is. A Senator with longer tenure is called the Senior Senator and the other is the Junior Senator.
There are currently 100 members in the Senate. There are 2 senators per state and there are currently 50 states, so 2 multiplied by 50 equals 100.
There are a total of 100 senators in congress in America. 2 senators are required per state as required by article 1 of the constitution.
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