Senator Mattie Hunter explains the differences between U.S. and state senators, and she describes what a day in the life of a state senator looks like. State senators represent constituents within a certain district in a state, while U.S. senators represent a whole state. A state senator works long days, listens to many people, and has to make sacrifices for the job.
State Senators and the Legislative Process
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Hunter, M. (Practitioners). (2016). State senators and the legislative process [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473975460
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