How long is the term of a US congressman?

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Two years is the length of a term in the US House of Representatives . There are no restrictions on how many times a representative can be re-elected.

( The words "Congressman", "Congresswoman" and "congressmen" are often used to describe only members of the house, but be sure to know that the US Congress includes the Senate as well as the House of Representatives. The senators are also Congressmen, in a way, and they serve six-year terms with 1/3 of the terms expiring every two years. Elections for the House and Senate are held on the same day in November every two years. )
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Who is my US Congressman?

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Most terms of a US congressman?

There is no term limit for a congressman, he may contine to hold office for as long as he can keep getting re-elected. Carl Hayden was in congress from 1912 to 1969 (57 yea
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How long must a person be a us citizen to become a congressman?

Per the U. S. Constitution, Article I Section 2, Clause 2: . No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attainedto the Age of twenty five Years, and been seven Y

How much does a one term US congressman make annually in 2011?

Current annual salary for rank-and-file congress member is $ 174,000 . They also receive money for travel expenses to and from their district and a $3000 tax deduction for liv