Until 1951, There were no limits on
President FDR was elected for his 4th
term in 1944, which caused term limits.
The 22nd amendment limits the term to
the following: (A term lasts for 4yrs,
cannot be elected to more than 2 terms,
& can only serve up to 10 years).
Who Is Nominated?
If an incumbent President wants to seek reelection, his or
her nomination is almost guaranteed.
Political experience factors into the nomination process.
State governors and U.S. senators have historically been
favored for nomination.
Larger states, such as California, New York, and Ohio,
have usually been seen as more electable than candidates
from smaller states.
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