The number of terms a mayor can serve depends on the particular laws of the mayor's city. According to the National League of Cities, only 9 percent of cities limit a mayor's terms in office, and of that 9 percent, 55 pe... More »

In the United States, members of the House of Representatives serve two-year unlimited terms and are up for re-election every even year. The House of Representatives makes up half of Congress and is comprised of 435 memb... More »

There is no limit on the number of terms a Senator in the United States Congress can serve. However, there have been attempts to pass a Constitutional amendment that would impose such a limit. More »

A mayor is the official spokesperson for all government and community matters for the city he represents. A mayor works to ensure the city exercises its powers under the law and fulfills all legal duties and obligations. More »

To become a mayor, a person needs to be at least 18 years of age, be a resident of the city where they wish to be mayor, be without debt or other financial obligations to the city, without felony convictions or other inj... More »

A mayor serves as the governmental head of a city and leads city council meetings, makes appointments to boards and commissions, leads city events, serves as ambassador of the city for state and national agencies, and co... More »

In the United States, members of the House of Representatives serve two-year unlimited terms and are up for re-election every even year. The House of Representatives makes up half of Congress and is comprised of 435 memb... More »