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Q: What is the term length of Representatives and senators?

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In the USA, a member of the House of Representatives has to run for re-election, or step down if he/she so chooses, every two years. They have a two year term. Senators, on the other hand, have a 6 year term. Neither Senators nor Representatives are limited as to how many terms they may serve.

6 years

there are more representatives than there are senators. senators=100 (2 per state) representatives=435 (depends on census count)

If you are talking about federal congressmen Illinois has 2 senators and 19 representatives. If you are talking about the Illinois state legislature then Illinois has 118 representatives and 59 senators.

All members of the House of Representatives and the Senate are paid in full by the U.S. Treasury, which ultimately gets its money from the tax payers.

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Representatives term is 2 years. and senators term is 6 years

The Utah State Legislature has 75 state representatives and 29 senators. There are no term limits for the representatives and senators.

In the USA, a member of the House of Representatives has to run for re-election, or step down if he/she so chooses, every two years. They have a two year term. Senators, on the other hand, have a 6 year term. Neither Senators nor Representatives are limited as to how many terms they may serve.

It 6 years for all senators.

There are 435 representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives. Representatives serve a two-year term of office, and all 435 seats come up for election at once, in even-numbered years. There are 100 Senators in the U.S. Senate. Senators serve a six-year term of office, and 1/3 of the Senate seats come up for election in even-numbered years.

Congressional representatives serve two year terms.

6 years - Senate 2 years- House of Representatives

There is no such amendment. US Senators and Representatives do not have term limits.

The normal term lengths are six years for senators and two years for representatives.

Tennessee state senators serve a four-year term.

While U.S. Senators serve a six-year term in their elected offices, Representative serve two-year terms in Congress. Due to the staggering of terms for Senators, approximately one-third of Senators are elected every two years.

There are 435 representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives and 100 senators in the U.S. Senate. Representatives serve a two-year term of office, and all 435 seats come up for election at once, in even-numbered years. Senators serve a six-year term of office and 1/3 of the senators are up for election every 2 years in even-numbered years.