Q: Who long does a senator stay in office?

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three times as long as that of a Representative

A prime minister in Belgium can stay in office until removed or voluntarily leave office. She or he can also be removed from office by a new election.

There are two senators (sometimes misspelled as senter's ) elected from each state. The term of office of a senator is six years.

Congressmen and Senators in the US have no term limits.

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6 years

three times as long as that of a Representative

A Senator is in office for 2 years at a time.

Each U.S. Senator serves 6-year Terms. There are No Term Limits. As long as they choose to serve and are re-elected every sixth year, They can continue to serve.

6 years.~Daft Punk Rocks

They can stay in office has long as the prime minster 4 years. And can serve as many times as long as there re elected

A Senator in the United States is elected to a term of six years and then can run again for office. Senators must be at least 30 years old to hold office.

15 years. It used to be 2.

how long was Chuck Schumer in office for senator

Australian senator can stay as long as people keep voting for them.

they stay in office for two days.