The Question:

Hey, I need to know the qualifications to become a governor.

The Answer:

The qualifications for governor vary from state to state as specified in each state's constitution. In general most states require that a candidate hold U.S. citizenship, be of a certain age, and be a resident or registered voter of the state for a certain number of years prior to the election.

Here are a few examples:

California(State Constitution, Article 5, Section 2): U.S. citizen and resident of California for the 5 years preceding the election.
Georgia(State Constitution, Article 5, Section 1): U.S. citizen for 5 years; resident of state for the 6 years preceding the election; at least 30 years old.
Indiana(State Constitution, Article 5, Section 7): U.S. citizen for 5 years; resident of Indiana for the 5 years preceding the election; at least 30 years old.
Maine(State Constitution, Article 5, Section 4): U.S. citizen for at least 15 years; resident of Maine for 5 years; at least 30 years old.
Missouri(State Constitution, Article 4, Section 3): U.S. citizen for 15 years; resident of Missouri for the 10 years preceding the election; at least 30 years old.

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