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the answer is 4 years

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.

There currently are no term limits for either house of congress. Members of the House or Senate may serve unlimited terms of office until retirement, death, or failure to be re-elected.

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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.

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In the US he or she is elected to a six year term.

the answer is 4 years

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