Senators are (on average) ten percent more likely than their House counterparts to lose their re-election bids. How might the ends of House Members and Senators, and means to those ends, account for this? Can you think of basic mechanical differences between the two chambers that might account for this difference in re- election rates? What about differences between House and Senate members from one state as opposed to House and Senate members from a different state? Does this lower Senate re-election rate remain constant? In a broader sense how might the views of Mayhew and Fenno account for the overall high re-election rate of all members of Congress, both House Members and Senators? (When approaching these provided topics, realize that—especially for the more involved ones mentioned—there is no expectation that you should (or could) fully address them.)

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