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 »

U.S. senators are elected to a single six-year term. They may be elected to any number of successive terms if they should choose to run for re-election. More »

United States senators serve 6-year terms, although they may seek reelection after each term, and there is no formal or official limit to the number of years or terms a senator may serve. Senators may resign voluntarily ... More »

Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was named "most Outstanding Senator" by a number of different groups, filed over 400 Senate bills and resolutions and was named one of Asia's most powerful women by Asia Week. Ms. Arroyo was the 1... More »

On March 3, 2015, Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech to a joint session of the United States Congress criticizing the impending nuclear agreement between the United States and Iran. Neyanhau categorized the deal as pa... More »

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Senators can be re-elected indefinitely, as there is no limit for the number of terms that a senator can serve in the United States government. Senators are up for re-election every six years. More »

United States senators serve 6-year terms, although they may seek reelection after each term, and there is no formal or official limit to the number of years or terms a senator may serve. Senators may resign voluntarily ... More »