How many years can a governor serve
A Governor is elected for four years.
I think about four years in office.
Four or six years .. depends
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.
A lieutenant governor can serve for four year terms.
A person can serve as Governor for 8 years before he/she have to run for election
The same as any other governor
Two four year terms.
All governors can only serve 2 terms = 8 years
That State House is called the General Assembly.
2 term witch is eight years
Seven years. 1851-1858. Governor of Utah territory.
The term is for four years without term limits.
There is NO limit to how many terms the governor of Idaho may serve.
Illinois governors serve four-year terms.
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.
North Dakota's governor is elected to a four year term with no limits to the number of terms the governor may serve.
Answer: For all states except New Hampshire and Vermont, a governor can serve up to eight years, or two consecutive terms. However, a two term governor can wait 8 years and run again. In New Hampshire and Vermont, the length of terms is 2 years.
He or she may serve as many two year terms as the voters decide to elect them for.
The Governor in Illinois serves a four-year term and there is no limit on the number of terms a governor may serve.