Senetors have 6 year terms.
6 year terms each
In the US a senator serves a six-year term.
No. In the US, Senators are elected to six-year renewable terms by the voters of the states they represent.
The US Constitution provides for US Senators to serve six year terms. There is no limit to the number of terms a senator may serve.
Kerry is not for term limits and US Senators serve 6 year terms.
Senator's do not have a term limit they can run as many times as they wish, they have six year terms.
A senator's term of office is 6 years, and there is no limit on the number of terms a senator may serve.
The term of a US Senator is six years. There is no limit to the number of terms a Senator can serve.
Six years is the terms they are elected for.
They may serve an unlimited amount of terms.
If you are referring to a US state senator (i.e. membership to the Senate of a particular state in the United States), it depends on which state you are asking about. Senators of the US Congress are elected for 6 year terms.
There is no limit.
Senators of the US Congress are elected for 6 year terms. Then they can be reelected or not, depending upon the outcome of the election.
He served one term as a U.S. senator, after having served three terms as an Illinois state senator.
No, James Madison was never a Senator. He did serve 4 terms in the US House of Representatives.
Senator Shaheen comes up for reelection in 2014, and Senator Ayotte comes up for reelection in 2016.
No. McKinley was never a Senator. He did serve five terms in the low House and was governor of Ohio before he became US President.
He served two terms as governor of Georgia and one term as US senator.
Bill Frist (R) Tn.
The term of a US senator is 6 years. There is no limit to how many consecutive terms a senator can serve if re-elected.
United States Senators serve terms of six years.The term of a Senator is six years.