Mississippi Term Limits, Measure 9 (1999)
The Mississippi Terms limits Measure, also known as Initiative Measure 9 or the Legislative Term Limits Act, was an initiated constitutional amendment on the November 2, 1999 election ballot in Mississippi, where it was defeated.
|Measure 9 (Terms limits)|
Official results via: The Mississippi Official & Statistical Register 2000-2004(p.589-90)
- Should state legislators be limited to two (2) consecutive terms in each legislative body?
- This initiative would amend the Mississippi Constitution to limit the number of consecutive terms a person can serve in the state legislature to no more than two (2) terms in the house and two (2) terms in the senate after the adoption of this amendment with terms being deemed consecutive unless separated by a full four (4) year term.
- The Mississippi Official & Statistical Register 2000-2004
- Mississippi Secretary of State, Initiative 4 Details
- NCSL - Text of Initiative Measure 9
- USElectionAtlas.org - Measure 9 Election Results
State of Mississippi
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | State Auditor | Superintendent of Education | Commissioner of Insurance | Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce | Executive Director of Environmental Quality | Executive Director of Employment Security | Chairman of Public Service Commission |