The United States Senate
The framers of the Constitution created the United States Senate to protect the rights of individual states and safeguard minority opinion in a system of government designed to give greater power to the national government. They modeled the Senate...
The United States Senate is the upper chamber of the United States Congress
which, along with the House of Representatives, the lower chamber, composes ...
Official site of "the living symbol of our union of states." Connect with Senators,
and learn about Senate committees, legislation, records, art, history, schedules, ...
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Ala. Ariz. Ark. Calif. Colo. Conn. Fla. Ga. Hawaii Idaho Ill. Ind.
Includes information on officers, members, standing committees and television
News and information on senators, committees, initiatives and legislation.
Includes Open Senate, calendar and video.
How many times has the Vice President been chosen by the U.S. Senate? What
factors influence people's willingness to answer questions about the candidates'
Information on the members of the Wisconsin State Senate.
Offers a listing of each Senator's sponsored bills, committee membership, office
address, and biography. Also, features search by district format.
Oklahoma State Senate's Website where you can follow the introduction of bills,
committee actions, and votes on the bills.