Question by  degaetus (14)

How many times can a senator be elected?

I think it is twice, but I'm not sure.


Answer by  KMcRae (714)

In the United States Senators can be reelected as many times as they want. There are no term limits in place. In states that are safely Democratic or Republican it's not uncommon for a Senator to serve for life or voluntary retirement.


Answer by  Mila (49)

There is no limit on how many times a senator can be elected. The president is the only one who has a two time limit (this limit on terms was put into place after FDR served for his third term). The senate and the house are a lot like the U. K. 's House of Lords and House of Commons.

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