Kentucky's United States Senator
Re-elected to the U.S. Senate
The U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 3, requires that a U.S. Senator be at least 30 years old, a U.S. citizen for at least 9 years, & resident of the state from which they are elected at the time they are elected. Each state elects 2 Senators, who each serve a term of 6 years. No limits are placed on the number of terms that a United States Senator can serve.
Kentucky's senators are:
Senator Mitch McConnell, elected in 1984 & re-elected 5 times for a total of 30 years, is the longest-serving U.S. senator for Kentucky in history, & the longest-serving leader of U.S. Senate Republicans in history. He ran for re-election on November 3, 2020 against Democratic challenger, Amy McGrath, and Independent. McConnell was re-elected.
Senator Rand Paul. elected to the U.S. Senate in 2011, was re-elected in 2016.
The Constitution places upon the Senate, but not the House:
Responsibility for confirming nominations of individuals for appointment to federal office, federal judicial nominations, and
Ratify treaties negotiated by the executive branch with foreign nations.