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Question

Which statement applies to both senators and representatives?

A. They serve four-year terms.

B. They can be expelled for breaking rules.

C. They must have a college education.

D. They should be registered voters.

2 Answer

  • i think its B, but im not 100 percent sure. try it and see. if its wrong, let me know
  • The correct answer is B. They can be expelled for breaking rules.

    Explanation:

    In the U.S. government, senators and representatives belong to the Congress and bicameral legislature including 100 senators and 435 representatives. In the case of senators, they serve for six years and require to live in the state they represented and be U.S. citizens. On the other hand, representatives serve for two years and similar to senators they need to be citizens of the U.S. Besides this both senators and representatives are elected and both of them can be expelled or impeached in the case they commit faults or go against the law. According to this, the statement that applies to both senators and representatives is that they can be expelled for breaking the laws.

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