How long does a representative serve?

Answer According to Clause 1, Section 2 of Article I of the United States Constitution, each representative is elected every two years by the people of the states. However, there is no limit to the amount... Read More »

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How long does a representative of Congress serve?

The U.S. Congress consists of two legislative bodies: the House of Representatives, considered the lower house, and the Senate, considered the upper house. Representatives in the House serve two-ye... Read More »

Can a person serve as a board member of a home owners association and also serve as a representative of the mobile home parks residential landlord and tenant act in Arizona?

Your question is complex. (Maybe it's the punctuation.) First, if the park is an association that acts as a landlord for some of the park slots, then there may be a conflict of interest or the appe... Read More »

How many years does a U.S. Representative serve?

Upon election, a U.S. Representative serves a term of two years. Representatives can then run for re-election. The House of Representatives does not place a cap on the number of terms served.Source... Read More »

How long was Tom Osborne a representative?

Former Nebraska Cornhuskers head football coach, and current Athletic Director, Tom Osborne was a member of the United States House of Representatives for Nebraska's Third District from 2001-2007. ... Read More »