the vice president is usually in office as long as the president who chose the vice president stays in office
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.
If the US President dies, the Vice-President becomes the President and serves for the remainder of the unexpired Presidential term.
There are no term limits on the office of U.S. Vice President.
I am not quite sure what you want to know. The president and vice president are elected as a team at the same time and their terms expire at the same time. If the president leaves office before the end of his term, the vice-president becomes president.
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The Vice President then assumes the office for the duration of the term. After that, in order to stay in office, he or she must be re-elected.
It depends on local legislation of the country concerned
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the vice president would take office if something happens to the current president
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If the president dies then the vice president takes office if the vice president dies then the speaker of office is president
The vice president becomes the president if the president dies. Such is the main reason for the office of vice president.
The Vice President is to the President as the Lieutenant Governor is to the Governor.
If the office of Vice-President of the United States is vacant, the President appoints a Vice-President, who must be approved by vote of the US Senate.
The constitution states the terms of office and how a president or Vice President can be removed from office.
The speaker of the house becomes President if the President and vice-president leave office at the same time.
If the vice president can not complete his or her term in office the president can elect a new vice president. The speaker of the house can also be named as the new vice president.
The US President is Barack Hussein Obama II and the US Vice President is Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. They began their second terms on January 20, 2013 and are expected to stay in office until January 20,2017.Currently, Barrack Obama holds the Presidential office, and Joe Biden is Vice President.Barack Obama is the President, and Joe Biden is the Vice President.
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Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.
If the President dies in office and the Vice President takes over the office of the President, the Speaker of the House does not automatically become the Vice President. Under the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the new Vice President is nominated by the President. The new Vice President then takes office upon confirmation from both houses of Congress by a majority vote.