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Members of the US senate are elected by voters from each state. There are two senators for every state. Depending on the state, a senator can be appointed by the governor to fill a vacancy if for some reason the person elected to the senate seat can no longer serve (for example due to ill health, death, resignation). Some states require there be a special election for the seat,

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For about the first 120 years of the U.S. Constitution, U.S. Senators were elected by the state legislatures. Then about 100 years ago the Constitution was amended to allow for the direct election of U.S. Senators by the people.

The Constitution allows states to give their governors the power to make temporary appointments to fill mid-term vacancies until a successor is elected.

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Members for the supreme court are appointed

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they are elected

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John Roberts a member of the Supreme Court show a picture please

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