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A '''congressman''' or '''congresswoman''' is a [[politician]] who is a member of a [[Congress]]. In the [[United States]], both [[senator]]s and [[representative]]s are members of Congress, but the term congressman/congresswoman is usually applied to a member of the [[House of Representatives]]. The term "senator" is unambiguous.  
 
A '''congressman''' or '''congresswoman''' is a [[politician]] who is a member of a [[Congress]]. In the [[United States]], both [[senator]]s and [[representative]]s are members of Congress, but the term congressman/congresswoman is usually applied to a member of the [[House of Representatives]]. The term "senator" is unambiguous.  
  
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Latest revision as of 18:30, 27 June 2016

A congressman or congresswoman is a politician who is a member of a Congress. In the United States, both senators and representatives are members of Congress, but the term congressman/congresswoman is usually applied to a member of the House of Representatives. The term "senator" is unambiguous.