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How long is a term of office for a US president?
US presidents are elected to a four-year term. The maximum number of full terms that a president can serve is two. Presidents who took over for another president and have served more than two years can seek only one additional term.
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Four years with no maximum terms except for Virginia and another state.
A United States Representative term of office is 2 years.
The president for the Philippine's can be in office for 6 years. The current president Benigno Aquino has been in office since June of 2010.
The Confederate constitution allowed for one six year term, and Davis served three years of it. (February 1862 to April 1865) Counting the time he was the provisional presiden…t he served a little over four years, from February 1861 to April 1865.
The president of Mexico serves a 6-year term and is not eligible for reelection.
The presidential term in Honduras is 4 years.
they can serve a maximum of two four year terms
it is called to impeach
Since 1951, when the 22nd amendment became part of the Constitution, a United States President can hold office for 2 terms (8 years).
Richard M. Nixon served as US President from 20 January 1969 to 9 August 1974.
Just 4 years!!
The Confederate president was allowed one, six year term.
A president serves for at most 2 four-year terms.
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One term is four years. A President can serve at most two terms.
In US Congress
US Senators are elected to a six year term of office.