There is no president in Canada.
The president is elected for a four-year term. They can only be elected twice.
21 years if the president if it was elected.
Every Four Years
Jefferson was elected president in 1801 and served until 1809,a period of 8 years
The president serves for 4 years, or 8 if re-elected.
yeah he 1 old
ever since he got elected
In 1952 Eisenhower was elected president and Nixon was elected vice-president.
A president of Peru serves a 5-year term, and is not immediately re-electable. They may be re-elected after another president has been elected.
Andrew Johnson was never elected president but was elected vice-president in 1864. Lyndon Johnson was elected president in 1964.
The vice president is elected to a four-term just like thr president.
Each president elected stays in office for four years
The VP serves the same term as the president- four years.
Every president who was re-elected was elected twice, but Grover Cleveland is the only president to be elected twice, but not re-elected.
he was elected president in 1860.
You can be Vice-president for as long as you can be re-elected to the office. There are no term limits for the VP.
Five years, renewable once
He was president for a full term (four years) then was shot soon after he was elected into his second term.