24.Who does a U.S. Senator represent?
Answer: All people of the state
Explanation: Here's an interesting thing about the U.S. government: even if you vote against the person who wins an election (or a competition to see who gets the most votes and is chosen for a public position), he or she has to represent you!
In other words, if you vote for person A to become senator, but person B wins, then person B must represent you just as if you had voted for him or her!
That is why we say that U.S. senators represent all the people of a state.
How does a senator do this?
Obviously (or clearly), a senator cannot meet and speak with all the people whom he or she represents.
This would take up too much time and he or she would never be able to attend the Senate sessions (or meetings with other representatives).