How Many Senators Are There Per State?


The United States of America has an upper house of the bicameral legislature, officially called the senate. There are representatives from each of the states known as senators and each state sends two senators to the senate. There are fifty states in the US so the total number of senators is one hundred.
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Each state gets two senate positions, no matter their size or population. This means there are 100 total. Each senator serves for 6 years.
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