Idaho Reinstatement of Term Limits through Ballot Restrictions, Proposition 2 (2002)

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Idaho Proposition 2, also known as the Referendum reinstating term limits for elected state, county, municipal and school district officials through ballot access restrictions, was on the November 7, 2002 election ballot in Idaho. It passed, with 50.2% of voters in favor.

Election results

Idaho Proposition 2
Approveda Yes 203,005 50.2%

Text of measure

The language that appeared on the ballot:

Referendum to approve or reject H 425, Session Law 1, effective February 1, 2002, which repealed Idaho Code §§34-907, 50-478, and 33-443. Rejection of H 425, by this referendum, will enact ballot access restrictions that will have the practical effect of imposing term limits on state elected officeholders, state legislative elected officeholders, county elected officeholders, and municipal elected officeholders and school board members.

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