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senators are elected to serve
a. two-year terms
b. three-year terms
c. four- year terms
d. six-year terms

a

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    you can run a search on google

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    Check your book... I think you have a mix up.

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    Check Section 3, Article I of the Constitution. (A is not right.)

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    A is incorrect.
    I believe it should be C, but you were on the right track though. I think House members serve 2 year terms...

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