The Governor of Massachusetts is elected to a 4 year term. Massachusetts has no term limits, so a person could run for the office as often as he or she chooses.
according to the constitution you can run as many times as you want
Governers are not like presidents, they can run as many times as they please. The California government limits their governors to no more than two four-year terms.
The US Constitution places no limit on the number of times a US Senator or Representative may run for office.
it has no limit
There is no absolute limit to how many times someone may run for Governor of Kansas, but a person may not be the Kansas Governor for more than two of any three consecutive terms.
i think he ran 9 times
as many times as the member is elected
two It depends on the state/territory/etc. Many have term limits; many do not.
twice you eff tard.
3 times for President of the United States.
No, he has never sought that office.
there is no limit to the number of times a person may run for the house of representatives
One term is four years. In Texas,one can run a unlimited number of times however.
I really have no idea. A person cannot serve more than two four-year terms as Governor of California.
You can run for office as many times as you like. Where an office has term limits, you may be limited in how many terms you can serve, but that is different from running for election.The US House of Representatives is not subject to term limits so a Representative can serve as many terms as his or her district will elect him or her to.(There is no limit to the number of times a person may run for House of Representatives.)
She resigned the office and has no plans to run there again. So it is unlikely.
A person can only serve in office for president for 2 terms with a total of 8 years. Regan ran for the office twice. Once for his first term and a second time for a second term. Until a person wins the office he/she can run as many times they wish.