Members of the House of Representatives serve terms of 2 years. For consideration as House candidates, potential representatives must have United States citizenship over at least the prior 7 years, be no younger than 25 ... More »

Members in the House of Representatives serve terms of two years at a time. Unlike the Office of the President, there are no limits on the number of terms a representative is permitted to serve. More »

As of 2015, Illinois has 18 members serving in the United States House of Representatives. Democrats hold 10 seats, while Republicans hold eight seats, each of whom are elected to serve a two-year term with no restrictiv... More »

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While senators are elected to serve terms of 6 years, members of the House of Representatives are elected to serve terms of only 2 years. There are no limits to how many terms to which members of Congress may be elected. More »

The number of representatives from each state in the House of Representatives varies based upon the state's population, with a total of 435 members, as of 2015. The U.S. Constitution sets the number of senators from each... More »

As of 2015, 36 of the 435 congressional representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives are from Texas. Of the 36 representatives, 11 belong to the Democratic party while 25 are Republican, including Joe Barton, who... More »

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A closed meeting of each party in the U.S. House of Representatives is called a party caucus or conference, during which representatives vote and debate policy and leadership decisions. The Democratic Party uses the term... More »