City of Garden Grove Term Limits, Measure Q (November 2008)
Measure Q changed the way that term limits work for members of the Garden Grove City Council. At the time of the vote on Measure Q, if a city council member had served two consecutive terms on the city council, he or she was required to take a four-year absence from holding office as a city council member before he or she could run again for the city council.
The approval of Measure Q made it so that city council members only have to take a two-year break from office before they are allowed to run for office after having previously served two consecutive terms.
- These final, certified, results are from the Orange County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
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|MEASURE Q: "Shall the ordinance amending the City of Garden Grove's term limits requirements to allow a City Council Member who has served two (2) consecutive terms in that office to run for the office of City Council Member after a two (2) year absence, instead of the current four (4) year absence, be adopted?"|