Mississippi Term Limits, Initiative 4 (1995)

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The Mississippi Term Limits Initiative, also known as Initiative Measure 4, was an initiated constitutional amendment which appeared on the November 7, 1995 ballot in Mississippi, where it was defeated.

Election results

Initiative 4 (Term Limits)
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No''54.3%
Yes 45.7%

Official results via: Mississippi Secretary of State

Ballot title

Shall public officials be limited to two successive terms, with certain judges and congressional representatives limited to three successive terms?[1]

Ballot summary

This measure would amend the state constitution to limit appointed and elected state and local officials and United States Senators to two successive terms. Circuit, chancery, county and family court judges and congressional representatives would be limited to three successive terms. Service prior to January 1, 1996 would not be counted when determining the number of successive terms served by congressional representatives and United States Senators.[1]

Initiative 4 was sponsored by Mike Crook.[1]

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