Through the years, the US Virgin Islands has been ruled by many-a-government, including those of Spain, Britain, the Netherlands, France, and Denmark. Today, however, this organized, unincorporated US territory is governed by unicameralism. The Legislature of the US Virgin Islands has just one legislative chamber, the Senate, which helps make the laws for the US Virgin Islands, including Saint Thomas, Saint John, Saint Croix, and Water Island, as well as several dozen smaller islands. Fifteen senators (seven from the district of Saint Croix, seven from the district of Saint Thomas and Saint John, and one senator at-large who must reside on Saint John) are elected to serve two-year terms.
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Gregory SmithSupervisor Procurement and Inventory Control