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What is the length of one term for the US president?

US presidents are elected to a four-year term .The U.S. President can be elected to that office two times. Since each term is 4 years, that totals 8 years. HOWEVER, if a Vice President has to serve out the term of a former President (say, the President died), that person can legally serve out the remainder of that term, AND still be elected to two more terms, provided the partial term was no longer than 2 years.


For how long does the president stay in office in cuba?

fidel castro was prime minister of cuba from 1959-1976 and president from 1976-2008


How many years dose the president stay president?

A president can only be elected to two 4-year terms, However, if he became president because the previous president left office and he served for more than 2 years, he can be elected for only one more term. In the United States, the legal limit is 10 years, not 8 as often but erroneously supposed. A President may serve as many as (but not more than) two years of a previous President's term and subsequently be elected to two full terms of his own. These restrictions are imposed by Section 1 of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Other applicable areas of law concerning presidential succession are set forth in Article I, Section 1, Clause 6 of the Constitution, and by the 25th Amendment (see Related links, below, for more information). The law is virtually silent on the improbable, but possible, event that a person who has previously served for the maximum ten years in the circumstances described above is subsequently elected, or becomes after appointment by the President, Vice President - and becomes thereafter President upon the death, incapacitation, or resignation of the elected or serving President; in such a sequence of events, a person could presumably serve as many as 14 years.


What is the length of time an elected official stays in office?

It's not a question, but I'll answer it anyway. The time an elected official stays in office is determined by the term length of the office, which varies from one government to another, the number of times the person is elected, and if/when the person is forced out of office, due to death, term limit if any, etc., or resigns. A person cannot be elected U. S. President more than twice, and a person who has served at least two years of a presidential term to which he/she was not elected cannot be elected President more than once.


Who succeeded harding as president and what were his main policies?

Calvin Coolidge. His main policy was "do as little as possible." (John) Calvin Coolidge (1872 - 1933), was a former anti-labor governor of Massachusetts. He was elected as Harding's vice-president and became president upon Harding's death in 1923. He was elected in his own right the following year and served until 1929.

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Who became president after Lincoln was assasinated?

Andrew Johnson was the US President after Abraham Lincoln.Andrew Johnson was the 17th President of the United States from April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869. The vice president for Lincoln's second term, Andrew Johnson replaced Hannibal Hamlin as Vice President and became president after Lincoln was assassinated, sworn in three hours after Lincoln died in 1865. Andrew Johnson was the governor of Tennessee and one of the few Southern Senators to stay loyal to the Union during the Civil War. Johnson was elected to be Lincoln's running-mate for the 1864 election.


How many years does the vice president stay elected?

Four years. The same as the President that he serves.


How long Andrew Johnson stays president?

Its been herd that Andrew Johnson might only stay president for at least 2 years.


What is the longest tome a president elected today can stay in office?

eight years


How long could a US President stay in office in the 1800s?

For as many terms as they were elected.


How long can you stay vice-president in us?

You can be Vice-president for as long as you can be re-elected to the office. There are no term limits for the VP.


How long can the Kenyan President stay in office?

The Kenyan President can serve a maximum of two five-year terms in office according to the constitution.


How long may a us president stay in office?

No one may be elected U. S. President more than twice, and no one who served at least two years of a term to which someone else was elected may be elected more than once.


How long does the democratic republic of Congo president stay in office?

The president is elected to five-year terms. The next scheduled presidential election is in 2011.


Why did Johnson feel pressure to stay in Vietnam?

As he stated, he "...didn't want to be the first US president to lose a war..."


Can the vice president stay on as long as the president?

I am not quite sure what you want to know. The president and vice president are elected as a team at the same time and their terms expire at the same time. If the president leaves office before the end of his term, the vice-president becomes president.


Did President Johnson try to stop Cuba from being a communist country?

He tried but Cuba wanted to stay a communist country.