Minnesota has 67 state senators and 2 US senators.
There are 67 State Senators in the Minnesota Senate. (see the related link for the current senators)
As of early 2014, the current US senators from Minnesota are both Democrats: Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar.
Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar are democratic senators for Minnesota.
The Minnesota Twins were originally The Washington Senators.
Each state has 2 senators.
There are 67 state senators in the Minnesota state senate. (for a list of the current office holders, see the related link below)
Minnesota Senators serve a six year term. However, there is not a limit on the number of terms a Senator can serve.
There were two Washington Senators baseball teams. The first Washington Senators existed between 1901 -1960 then moved to Minnesota and became the Minnesota Twins.Another Washington Senators team was established in 1961 to replace the franchise that moved to Minnesota. This Washington Senators team moved to Texas, and in 1972 became the Texas Rangers.
Minnesota has 10 electoral votes. The number of electoral college votes is based on the factors of the number of senators and the number of representatives. In Minnesota there are 2 senators and 8 representatives.
Minnesota's current senators are Amy Klobuchar (Democratic) and Al Franken (Democratic).