The term of the elected President, Vice-President, or their successors, of the United States is one 6 year term.
The term of the elected federal Senators and Representatives will serve is one 6 year term. Senators and Representative from 16 states will be elected in the first 2 years, Senators and Representatives from 16 states elected after the second two years, and Senators and Representatives after the next 2 years elected from the remaining 18 states, the District of Columbia and the US Protectorates, all as listed in Appendix A. The District of Columbia and US Protectorates Senators and Representatives will be elected in the same pattern as The Federal State Senators and Representatives. All will then start over at the end of each 6 year period and repeat itself again into perpetuity.
The term of all Federal Judges will serve one 9 year term with 1/3 of the Federal Judges ending after the first 3 years, 1/3 of the Federal judges ending after the first 6 years, and 1/3 of the Federal Judges ending after the first 9 years. 1/3 of the Federal Judges terms ending each 3 years will be rounded up to whole numbers. See Appendix B for the list of various Federal Judge positions and which of the 3 groups in which they fall.
The Justices of the Federal Supreme court will serve one 12 year term. 1/3 of the positions will end in the 4th year, 1/3 of the positions will end in the 8th year and 1/3 of the positions will end at the end of the 12th year. The pattern will then start over at the end of each 6 year period and repeat itself again into perpetuity definition of perpetuity. See appendix C for the list of various Supreme Court positions and which of the three groups in which Justices will fall.
See Appendix D for penalties for any government employee, volunteer consultant or contactor that fails to uphold the constitution.
See Appendix E for the procedures to determine if the President and Vice President, Senator or Represenative fails to uphold the Constitution and the related procedures and penalties.