Former senator Rick Santorum is still campaigning for the Republican nomination.
If course, Obama is a former senator. No current senators are in the race for 2012.
Darel Aubertine (D) and Patty Ritchie (R)
You need to be elected to the House or the Senate. You need to live in the district you are running for and be at least 25 years old for the House and 30 years old for the Senate.
in order to be in senate, you must be 30 years old, nine years a citizen of USA and live in the state you are running for senator in.
Both were running and wanted the same senate seat in Illinois so they set up debates with each other
ii think its the senate
In the US, no one single party has a majority in the House, Senate AND White House. Currently the President and a slim majority of the Senate are Democrats, but Republicans hold a majority in the House.
Running for state senate is not as important as running for governor, because the governor is head of the state however running for the federal senate is a more important position than being governor.
The citizens of the state who vote for the candidate running for the senate seat.
If you are running for the US Senate, you must be a citizen of the US.
form running for senate
To be eligible to run for the United States senate, you have to be 30 years old, a U.S. citizen for nine years, and residents of the state they're running in.
john mcCain is a senate that is why he is running for president
Senate in Illinois
The Vice-President of the United States is the President of the Senate. When he is present, he presides over the Senate (similar to running a meeting) but he does not participate in Senate debates. He votes only if it is necessary to break a deadlock in a Senate vote.
Compromises over slaver
He was an Illinois State Senator who was running to be elected to the United States Senate.
Congress would provide what identification would be required if any questions were raised. Requirements to run for Senate probably varies by state.