How many years can a governor serve
There is NO limit to how many terms the governor of Idaho may serve.
the liteutenant governor can serve an unlimited umber of consecutive terms in office.
The term of office of Governor of Illinois is four years, and there is no limit on the number of terms a governor may serve.
There is no limit on how many terms a New York governor can serve. Other states with no term limits for governors are New Hampshire, Texas, and Utah.
two 2nd Answer: There are no limits to the number of terms a governor may serve in the State of Washington. ("Two" is the maximum number of terms the President of the US may serve.)
The Governor in Illinois serves a four-year term and there is no limit on the number of terms a governor may serve.
they can serve one term per election
They serve one term per election.
Two x Four- Year Terms.
Under the term limits voted in as an amendment to the Michigan State Constitution, senators, representatives, and the governor can serve two terms. Because the length of terms differs, this adds up to four years for representatives and eight for the governor or senators. Michigan's Senators in the United State Senate serve a term of six years. They may be re-elected for as many additional terms as the voters allow. There have been some attempts to limit the terms of US Senators by State law, but since the US Constitution overrides the state laws for federal elections, this wouldn't stand up.
A lieutenant governor can serve for four year terms.
As of June 2014, a South Carolina governor can only serve for two consecutive terms. The governors are elected by public vote.
All governors can only serve 2 terms = 8 years
The state of Virginia is currently the only state where the Governor cannot serve more than one term at a time. He/she may serve as many non-consectutive terms as they want but no consectutive terms. The legnth of a Virginia Governor's term is 4 years.