Senator

  • (noun): A member of a senate.

Some articles on senator, senators:

Florida Blue Key - Famous Alumni
... Senator, Former U.S ... Senator and former Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Dean Cannon Current Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Lawton Chiles 41st Florida Governor and former U.S ... Senator Bob Graham 38th Governor of Florida, former U.S ...
J. James Exon - Senator From Nebraska 1979–1997
... as Governor carried over to his 1978 campaign to be elected as a US Senator as he was elected with 68 per cent of the vote ... He had a reputation as a moderate Senator often working with Republicans on fiscal and military issues ...
Albert Gallatin - Political Career - Senator
... the Senate that Gallatin did not have the minimum nine years of citizenship required to be a senator ... However, with the American Revolution only a decade ended, the senators were leery of anything which might hint that they intended to establish an aristocracy, so they ...
List Of Governors Of Delaware - Other High Offices Held
... All representatives and senators listed represented Delaware except where noted ... Read, GeorgeGeorge Read 1777–1778 Continental Delegate, Senator Rodney, CaesarCaesar Rodney 1778–1781 Continental Delegate Dickinson, JohnJohn Dickinson 1781–1783. 1917–1921 Senator Buck, C ...
William B. Saxbe
... Senator from Ohio, as U.S ... his death, Saxbe was the second-oldest living Senator over all, after Harry F ... of Virginia, and the oldest living Republican Senator ...

Famous quotes containing the word senator:

    Helicon: “It takes one day to make a senator and ten years to make a worker.”
    Caligula: “But I am afraid that it takes twenty years to make a worker out of a senator.”
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    I am a Senator against my wishes and feelings, which I regret more than any other of my life.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)

    Wags try to invent new stories to tell about the legislature, and end by telling the old one about the senator who explained his unaccustomed possession of a large roll of bills by saying that someone pushed it over the transom while he slept. The expression “It came over the transom,” to explain any unusual good fortune, is part of local folklore.
    —For the State of Montana, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)