A United States Representative term of office is 2 years.
three times as long as that of a Representative
The term of office for a Representative in the US House of Representatives is 2 years.
The term of office for a state representative in Missouri is for two years.
The term of office for arepresantive is two years
A single term is 2 years, but there are no term limits. So a representative can be re-elected as many times as the voters decide to.
it is the same as the house of representative which is 2 years
A member of the US House of Representatives serve a 2 year term of office; however a Representative has no limit on the number of terms he or she can serve.
A representative from the house of representatives serves a 2-year term. A senator serves a 6-year term.
Representatives serve a two-year term of office, and all 435 seats come up for election at once, in even-numbered years.
A US Representative is elected to a term of 2 years.
The House of Representative term in Indiana is a 2 year term. The House of Representative is composed of 100 members.
The term of office for a Texas state senator is 4 years. The term of office for a Texas House of Representative member is 2 years.
For a state Representative it is two years
2 years, in order to stay in office he or she must be reelected each year
Senators serve terms of 6 years. Representatives in the House are elected for 2 years.
I believe two years. In Michigan, a State Representative can be in office up to 3 terms of 2 years each for a total of 6 years.