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Term Limits

 

   Term limits prohibit public

   officials from occupying the

   same elected office for more

   than a set number of years

   or terms of office.

Proposed Term Limits Ballot Question:

 

Shall state senators be limited to serving three consecutive four-year terms and shall state representatives be limited to serving six consecutive two-year terms, beginning with terms commencing on the day of the general election of 2014 provided that a person may serve in the same position, if the person has been out of that office for at least four years?

 

 

 

Bill #SB2144

The legislature in Hawaii has no limit on the number of terms an elected official may serve.

 

One House member has stayed for 23 terms (46 years).

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