4 years or more only if they get re elected by the people of the United States Of America!!!!
US: If the president has served more than 6 years already, then no. In other countries, many presidents are re-elected after 8 years.
Obama was elected to the US Senate in 2004. Prior to that he served in the Illinois Senate serving from 1997 to Nov 2004. And in 2008, he resigned as U.S. senator to run for president. Thus, he served about twelve years as a senator (state and federal) and then was elected president.
every president is elected for 4 years is what i hear
the French president is elected for five years.
President Obama served in the Illinois State Senate, beginning in 1996; he was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004, and then was elected president in 2008. Thus, he has at least sixteen years of political experience.
He served for eight years.
An Irish president is elected for seven years. They can serve two terms.
He served 4 years as a U.S. Senator (2004 - 2008) and he is about to begin his second term as President, having been elected in November 2008 and then re-elected in November 2012.
Dwight David Eisenhower was the only president elected in the fifties. He served as president from 1953 to 1961.
he was re elected president four times.
17Including the election of 2016, of the 44 U. S. Presidents to date...5 were never elected president9 served less than 4 years22 were elected president once.16 were elected president twice, and1 was elected president four times.14 served for 8 years or more.1 served two non-consecutive terms20 served more than four years.Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama are the first three consecutive U. S. Presidents to be elected more than once since Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe.
Porfirio Diaz was elected president for 26 years.
The president of Israel is elected to a single seven-year term.
There were many presidents who served 4 years - not just one.
James Madison served as president for eight years.
The easy answer is eight. Technically, there's no limit to how long the President may serve; the limit is on how many times he/she may be elected to the presidency. If someone served more than two years of a term to which someone else was elected, he/she may be elected President no more than once. Otherwise, a person can be elected President no more than twice. For example, Lyndon Johnson served as President for one year and two months of the term to which John F. Kennedy was elected, so he could have stayed in the 1968 election campaign past March if he chose to, and if he won he would have served a total of 9 years and 2 months. On the other hand, Harry Truman served 3 years and 9 months of Franklin Roosevelt's last term, so he was not eligible to run for reelection in 1952; he had to stop at 7 years and 9 months.
Barack Obama was first elected to the Illinois State Senate in 1996. He was re-elected several times. Then, in 2004, he was elected a U.S. Senator. So, he served about twelve years total in the state and the U.S. senate, before being elected president in 2008.
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