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How can a member of Congress balance responsibilities that conflict?

he or she must weigh conflicting information and arguments presented by constituents, fellow party members, and lobbyists

What are constituent services?

Constituent services are services a member of Congress provides for their constituents. The services can include help with immigration, Social Security, military academy applications, or veterans benefits.

How do you become President Pro Tempore of the Senate?

In the US, you become President of the Senate by becoming vice-President of the United States.

How many people are in the house of representaives?

Each member of the House represents about 710,000 people. The number can vary greatly among states, but must be relatively consistent within any given state. Because of the minimum of 1 representative per state, the fixed total number of 435 means that several states have a total population near the average. The most constituents for a single district is seen in Montana, whose single representative has about 944,000 constituents. The smallest number of constituents is the one representative in Wyoming, with only 515,000 constituents. *The approximate representation within each state is shown at the related chart link below.

What are people back home reffered to by the member of congress who represents them?

The citizens that live and work in the district or State are routinely called constituents. The person that goes to Congress to represent the people in his State or District is the representative.

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What is sir Mackenzie bowell's personality?

Sir Mackenzie Bowell was Canadaâ??s fifth prime minister and a member of the Libertarian party. Initially unpopular, constituents gained an appreciation for his steadfast demeanor. His lawmakers, however, believed he was an incompetent leader and endeavored to remove him from office. He resigned from the position after two years. He was married for 50 years and the father of nine children.

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Trustees call issues as they see them, regardless of the views held by their constituents or by any of the other groups that seek to influence their decisions.

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An appropriation that benefits the constituents of a member of congress and thus enhances their popularity with the voters?

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Are preambles the people in a member of congress home state or district?

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vote on a bill, read letters from constituents, and also give speech