A question about senators
January 27, 2009 3:57pm CST
Does anyone know if a US senator need to reside in the State they represent? Can a governor appoint someone from out of state if they move into the state? I know that not all states allow the governor to appoint a new senator but what about these other questions/
• United States
28 Jan 09
This is something I'm not absolutely sure about, but there's a local politician who represents a district other than the one he lives in. Now that people have found that out (his address in the district is a relative's rental), he'll be out of office ASAP. How can someone represent a place they don't really know because they won't live there?