Presently, a member may not serve more than four consecutive terms in the same office until they have been out of that office for at least one full term. This is retroactive to January 1, 1993.
How a bill becomes a law: The state legislative process.
Arizona has eight congressional districts as of the 2002 elections.
The Arizona State Legislature is composed of 30 Senators and 60 Representatives for a total of 90 members.
There are 435 members in the House of Representatives and a total of 100 Senators.
There are a total of 10 members from Arizona (two Senators and eight Representatives).
Each district has one Senator and two Representatives.
Each state has two Senators.
Currently, both Senators and representatives serve a two-year term.
Representatives serve two-year terms and Senators serve six-year terms.