Nevada Judicial Term Limits, Question 9B (1996)
Questions 9A and 9B appeared and were approved as a single question on the 1994 ballot, but were split into two questions on the 1996 by court order. 9A took effect with after the 1996 approval, while 9B was discarded.
|Question 9B (Judicial Term Limits)|
Official results via: Nevada Legislative Counsel Bureau - Research Division
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
- Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to establish term limits for Nevada justices and judges?
The language that appeared in the voter's guide:
- Justices of the Supreme Court, district court judges, justices of the peace, and all other judges would be limited to two full terms, to one full term and a fraction of a term, or to two fractions of one term. Limits to service by a judge would range from twelve years to less than three years. A limit of three years or less would occur if a judge is appointed to fill a judicial vacancy and then is re-elected to the final two years of the term, as is required to keep the position: this would constitute two terms under the language of the amendment.
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