How to Become a Legislator

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Legislation is a main function of government that deals with creating laws for a variety of purposes. Legislators are government officials that develop and pass laws and statues at the local, state, and federal levels.

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What does a legislator do?

Legislators are elected or appointed representatives who establish government policy and create laws, regulations, and rules. Some legislators also preside over government units. They recognize the need for new legislation through comprehensive study of a variety of issues at all levels. They prepare and create laws using a variety of sources and supporting individuals. Legislators also perform intensive research and request the preparation of bills and amendments. They develop support for their proposals through promotional efforts. They also lend support or opposition for other proposals. They are also active in the support of the political party by participating in party caucuses. They respond to correspondence from constituents and other government members. Legislators often as liaisons between federal, state, and district agencies and provide personal assistance to voters. They often serve of a variety of committees and speak at organizations that have an interest in legislation. Legislators include many officials such as city council members, county commissioners, and state senators and representatives.

What kind of training does a legislator need?

Legislators usually need at least a bachelor degree. Legislators must also meet age, residency, and citizenship requirements. Voters usually elect legislators and many participate in community service to gain local support. They must have a thorough knowledge of state laws, policies, and political processes. Legislators must develop campaign platforms and determine the issues that are important to voters. Legislators must stay up to date on the current law proposals and often participate in committee meetings, debates, and hearings.

What are the prospects for a career as a legislator?

Employment of legislators is expected to experience little or no change from 2006 to 2016 (1).

Job prospects vary by state and region, but overall opportunities for legislators are expected to be favorable. Many job openings will arise from the need to replace legislators that retire or leave the profession for other reasons.

How much do legislators make?

As of November 2009, the average annual salary for legislators is $39,000; average annual legislator salaries vary greatly on education, experience, location, industry, employer, and benefits (2).

A career as a legislator is an excellent choice for individuals with a strong interest in politics and who strive to make a difference in government. Legislators must have a solid knowledge of the law process and be able to use a variety of resources to develop proposals for new laws. They must have excellent public speaking skills, good judgment, and ability to gain the respect of others. Since voters usually elect legislators, local support is very important. They must also have great oral and written communication and excellent interpersonal skills because they frequently interact with other government officials and the public.

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