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Is there a term limit for governor?

"[The Governor] shall, after having served two terms in a state office, be ineligible to hold that state office until one full term has intervened." "No person elected to the office of Governor shall be eligible for election to more than two consecutive terms of the same office."

Beside this, how long is the term of a governor?

four years

Who is Florida's new governor?

Rick Scott
R

How long is the term for governor of California?

Gubernatorial elections, oath, and term of office. Governors are elected by popular ballot and serve terms of four years, with a limit of two terms, if served after November 6, 1990.
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