How much does a state representative make?

Answer According to the clerk of the House of Representatives, both state representatives and senators make $174,000 per year, as of 2010. The speaker gets $223,500, while the majority and minority leader... Read More »

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How old do you have to be to be a state representative?

State representatives must be at least 25 years old, according to the Office of the Clerk U.S. House of Representatives website. This requirement is stated in the United States Constitution, Articl... Read More »

Who is Georgia's state representative?

Two senators represent the entire state of Georgia in the United States Senate. The two current senators from Georgia are Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson. In addition, Georgia has 13 representat... Read More »

Qualifications for a State Representative?

According to Thomas H. Little and David B. Ogle's "The Legislative Branch of State Government: People, Process, and Politics," most state representatives either are elected to represent the people ... Read More »

How do I address a state representative?

Address an envelope to a state representative to: The Honorable (Full Name) via your state's House of Representatives address. For a formal salutation, use Dear Sir or Madam when starting your lett... Read More »