Term limits in Nebraska
The history of term limits in Nebraska began in 1992 when voters approved the Term Limits Act of 1992 with 68.2% of the vote. It limited legislators and statewide officials to two consecutive terms, U.S. Representatives to four consecutive terms, and U.S. Senators to two consecutive terms.
- Term limits in Nebraska
- Nebraska Term Limits Amendment, Measure 407 (1992)
- Nebraska Term Limits, Initiated Measure 408 (1994)
- Nebraska Term Limits Ballot Instruction, Measure 409 (1996)
- Nebraska State Legislative Term Limits, Initiative 415 (2000)
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