How many times can a member of the House a Representatives be reelected?
There is no limit of the times a congressman can be reelected.
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.
A term for a member of the U.S. House of Representatives is two years. To retain their seats, members must run for re-election every two years. Elections for House members are held in November of every even-numbered year. There is no limit to the number of times a House member may be re-elected, and many representatives are re-elected year after year. The term of office for the US House of Representatives is two years; there…