Q: How many years can a sentor serve?

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2 terms. 4 years a term.

The president can serve up to eight years, which is two terms. A term is four years. A limit has been set, so our government will not become a dictatorship.

They have to serve six years, four years on active duty. If they resign their commission, they can complete the last two in the reserves. If they do not graduate, they may incur an enlisted obligation.

Two terms for a total of five years.

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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.

To be a sentor you have to be 30 years old

6 years

about 4 years

6 years

6 years

every two years

They serve for six years.

How many years can a governor serve

You have to be 30 years old , a citizen of the U.S. for 9 years before election, and legal resident of the state they represent. Written by JBROCKET

they can serve a lifetime

they serve a term of six years i do not think there is a limit to how many terms they can serve but i know the term is served for six years