Shirley Chisholm, the first black U.S. congresswomen, served 7 terms.
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2 terms. 8 years total.
A Representative is elected for two year terms. To date there is no limit on the number of terms they are able to serve although bills have been presented in the past but never approved.
the maximum number of terms the president may serve is 2
There was extensive discussion in the Continental Congress concerning the length of the terms in the Senate as well as how to best turn over the membership. Nathaniel Gorham, Edmund Randolph and Hugh Williamson proposed different scenarios but it was Gorham who finally proposed the winning combination. The Senate would serve 6-year terms with a third of the membership turning over every two years.
Shirley Chisholm became famous as she was the first African-American woman to be elected to Congress. She served on her Congressional seat from 1969 - 1983, for a total of seven terms. She was also the first African-American to run for president, and the first woman to run for president.
Shirley Chisholm was elected to the U.S. Congress in 1968. She ran against civil rights activist James Farmer. She quickly became known for her work on minority, women's, and peace issues.In 1972, Shirley Chisholm made a symbolic bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the first African American and the first woman whose name was placed in nomination at the convention of either major party for the office of president.Another ViewShirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm (November 30, 1924 - January 1, 2005) was the 1st African-American woman to be elected to to the United States Congress in 1968. She represented New York's 12th Congressional District from 1969 - 1983; making for a total of seven terms. Mrs. Chisholm also ran for president on the Democratic ticket in 1972.
It was Shirley Chisholm, a Democrat from New York. On November 5th 1968, she was elected to represent New York's 12th District. She continued to serve in the US House of Representatives for seven terms, until 1983. (She also ran unsuccessfully for president in 1972.)
A Congress person does not have a limit on the number of terms he or she can serve in Congress. This lack of restriction has inspired much debate recently.
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Under the United States Constitution, members of the congress may serve an unlimited number of two-year terms. The members of the Senate, on the other hand, may serve an unlimited number of six-year terms.
Congress does not have term limits, and may serve in their position until replaced by the voters.
House of Representatives members serve two year terms. If they continue to run and be elected, they can serve indefinitely.
As of 1947, when the 22nd Amendment was passed by Congress, a president is limited to only serving two terms.
Senators serve a 6-year term, Representatioves serve 2-year terms.
False U.S. Representatives serve two-year terms. U.S. Senators serve six-years terms. Members of Congress of both chambers have no term limit.