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Legislative qualificaitons of Arizona and national level

The members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Arizona must be 25 years of age, when they take office. The members of the both houses must be residents of the state and complete three years of residency. They must also be residents of the country, one year prior to the election. The members should not be under the guardianship of anyone or any legal hurdles at the time of election. The candidate must not have been convicted of treason or felony. The legislator should not be employed by the state or any county, city or town

Qualifications to become members of US congress:

A senate member should not reach thirty years of age and completed nine years of citizenship at the time of election. The member must not be an inhabitant of that state for which he shall be chosen.
The qualification to become a member of the House of Representatives is to attain the age of twenty five and been a citizen of United States for seven years. He also should not be an inhabitant of that state in which he shall be chosen.
When we look closely at the qualifications of US congress and Arizona state Legislature, we can find that major differences exist regarding the age of the members.

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The members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Arizona must be 25 years of age, when they take office. The members of the both houses must be residents of the state and complete three years of residency. They must also be residents of the country, one year prior to the ...

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This solution compares the legislative qualifications of the State of Arizona and US congress. The major difference exist only regarding the age of the members.

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