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Arkansas House of Representatives Term Limit, Proposal 1 (2004)

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Arkansas Amendment 1, also known as the Extend Term Limits to 12 Years in Each Chamber Act appeared as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the November 2, 2004 ballot in Arkansas, where it was defeated.[1]

Election results

House of Representatives Term Limit
Defeatedd No703,17170.1%
Yes 299,338 29.9%

Text of measure

The language that appeared on the ballot:

An amendment extending the term limits applicable to members of the Arkansas House of Representatives from three two-year terms to six two-year terms and the term limits applicable to the members of the Arkansas Senate from two four-year terms to three four-year terms.[2]

Campaign finance

Arkansans for Term Limits That Work donated $408,555 towards the campaign, as well as Arkansans For Voter Rights who donated $8,550. Oponents of the measure include Citizens In Charge who spent $620,134 against the measure, and Save Term Limits who spent $494,221.[3]

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