How many times can a congress person be re-elected?
A congress person can be reelected an indefinite number of times. Unless the state has restrictions on the number of times congress persons can be reelected, than they can be reelected indefinitely.
There is no limit on how many times a Congressman may serve. Please note a member of Congress is a Representative of the House whose term is for 2 years or a Senator, a member of the Senate whose term is for 6 years. This situation has caused some political scientists to believe that term limits are a good idea. Often times an individual congress person can accumulate too much power unless term limits are…
Congress is divided into two houses: The House of Representatives: Members of the House of Representatives can serve for 2 years once elected, but have an unlimited number of times they are allowed to run for reelection. The Senate: Members of the Senate can serve for 6 years once elected, and also have an unlimited number of terms that they are allowed to run for again.