would the VP be able to serve another 2 terms if the President died exactly 2 years from becoming President?
would he be able to serve another 2 terms or just one?
- firewomenLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
No. He would serve the two years left and after that he would have to run for and be elected as President.
- Tim BLv 41 decade ago
He would be able to serve two terms if the president dies, resigns, or is removed from office during the second half of the current term.
For example, if Barack Obama left office between January 2011 and November 2012, Joe Biden would be able to run in 2012 and 2016.
- Roll_Tide!Lv 51 decade ago
He may serve out the presidents term and run for reelection. It is set up so that no one can be in office over 8 years.
- battleLv 43 years ago
even nevertheless Wallace grow to be dropped from the value ticket, he remains the vp until the subsequent one is inaugurated. If the president dies in the previous the subsequent inauguration, the vp could fill the workplace until that element. If the vp resigned or died in the previous the president and then the president dies in the previous naming a alternative, the speaker of the abode may be the appearing president.
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- ElectronherdsmanLv 61 decade ago
Yes. He would have to run for election after he completed the last two years of the former President's term. If he won he could run for reelection in four more years.