Examples of senate in a Sentence
the New York State Senate
The Senate approved the bill.
The Senate voted to repeal the tax cut.
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Gong-Gershowitz said she was inspired to run for state representative after Fine decided to run for state senate and encouraged Gong-Gershowitz to fill her seat.
When senate Republicans tabled the pay raise, however, that good will largely died.
The San Antonio Democrat, who didn’t testify in his own defense during the month-long trial, won’t immediately lose his senate seat.
And a month earlier in Wisconsin's State Senate District 10, Democrat Patty Schachtner beat Republican Adam Jarchow in a special election for the state senate.
Moshkovich, 50, who made his fortune in sugar and pork, retired from the senate in 2014 to focus on education.
Democrats won a state senate seat by a ten-point blowout in a Wisconsin district that Trump had carried by 17 points in 2016.
Baird was running for state representative and Aquilina for state senate.
Biss has also committed to introducing a companion bill in the senate early in the upcoming legislative session.
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SENATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of senate for English Language Learners
the Senate : the smaller group of the two groups of people who meet to discuss and make the laws of a country, state, etc.; especially : the smaller group of the two groups that form the U.S. Congress
: a group of people who govern some colleges and universities
the Senate : the group of officials who led the ancient Roman government
SENATE Defined for Kids
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