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?
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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