A Senator in his first term of office.
The term of office for a Texas state senator is 4 years. The term of office for a Texas House of Representative member is 2 years.
a six year term
In the US he or she is elected to a six year term.
the answer is 4 years
Vote him/her out when the term is up.
Senators DO have a set term of office. They can be re-elected.
three times as long as that of a Representative
A senator's term of office is 6 years, and there is no limit on the number of terms a senator may serve.
A Senator is in office for 2 years at a time.
Senators take their Oath of Office when they begin their term, on January the 3rd.
When you are elected as a US Senator you serve a 6 year term. You then have to be re-elected for another 6 year term to continue.
Since he took office in 2006, his term will expire in 2012.
4 years, with no limits on re-election.