For How Long Do We Elect the Representatives?

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Each representative has a different term length. Supreme court justice appointments are for life, US Presidents have 4 year terms with 2 time limit, Senators have 6 year terms with no limit on reelection and Representative have 2 year terms with no limit. You can view the amendments to the constitution that stipulate term requirements
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In the United States, representatives serve a 2 year long term. Though their term only last 2 years, there are no limits on how many terms a representative can serve. There are many people in the US who would like for the government to set term limits.
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