Jimmy Carter served one 4-year term as President from January 20, 1977 until January 20, 1981.
Jimmy Carter served one term as president of the United States.
Jimmy Carter 1 Term
Jimmy Carter failed to be re-elected for a second term.
Carter, 39th President, served one term (1977-1981).
President Ford and President Reagan
Carter served one term and was defeated in his bid for re-election.
James Carter served as US president for one term, from 1977 to 1981.
James E. (Jimmy) Carter served one term from 1977 to 1981.
yes A president in the USA may only serve two terms. So A president that did not get reelected can try again and get elected a second time. So Jimmy Carter legally could be Elected again.
jimmy carter was the 39th preasadent
Jimmy Carter elected in 1976 served just one term. Ronald Reagan served two terms between Carter and Bush.
a president can serve only 2 terms a president can serve only 2 terms
Twelve years. Bill Clinton became the President 12 years after Carter, after 2 terms of Reagan and one of Bush Sr.
A president is allowed to serve two terms.
Yes, Jimmy Carter lost re-election to Ronald Reagan in 1980.
They serve in four year terms. Currently, a president can only serve 2 terms.
A president can only serve 2 terms.
No, Paul Biya of Cameroon is a much worse president. In terms of the US exclusively, Jimmy Carter was much more ineffectual as a president.
the president can only serve two terms.
Franklin Roosevelt was the only one to serve for four terms as president.
Jimmy Carter held two terms in the state senate, representing the state of Georgia. He served as Governor of Georgia from 1971 to 1975 . He was also elected President of the United States in 1977.
An U.S. president can only serve 2 full terms