A lawgiver; one who makes laws for a state or community; a member of a legislative body.
A member of the General Assembly. A legislator is a Senator if he or she is a member of the Senate or a Representative if he or she is a member of the House of Representatives.
An individual elected to serve in the Ohio House of Representatives or the Ohio Senate.
(noun) A. one that makes laws especially for a political unit; especially : a member of a legislative body
Elected Representative or Senator.
An elected official who serves in the legislative branch of his/her state government [the state legislature], or in the legislative branch of the federal government [the U.S. Congress]. Legislators represent an assigned group of citizens in the legislature, and help make laws for the state or for the nation.
A member of the legislature
An elected member of a legislative body.
An elected person who represents citizens in Congress and helps make laws.
Those members of the legislative branch who make up the House and Senate.
A member of either the Senateor the House of Representatives.
Member of the Wisconsin Legislature. The 99 members of the Assembly are called State Representatives and each represents about 56,000 people living within his or her Assembly district. Thirty-three Senators constitute the Wisconsin Senate and each represents a Senate district made up of three Assembly districts.
A legislator (or lawmaker) is a person who writes and passes laws, especially someone who is a member of a legislature. Legislators are usually politicians and are often elected by the people. Legislatures may be supra-national (for example, the United Nations General Assembly), national (for example, the US Congress), regional (for example, the Scottish Parliament) or local (for example, local authorities).