Definitions for "Senators"
A person elected by the voters of a State or Territory to represent them in the Senate.
A member of the United States Senate, elected for six year terms – one third of the Senate seats are up for election every two years. The Senate is the upper house of the bicameral Congress, in which representation is based on the principle of state equality – each state has two senators.
Legislators who serve four-year terms in the Senate and are elected in alternate even-numbered years. Those representing the 17 odd-numbered districts are elected in the years in which a governor is elected. Those from the 16 even-numbered districts are elected in Presidential election years. Each Senate district contains three Assembly districts.