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Kentucky Amendment 1 was voted on November 5, 1981 in Kentucky. It was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment and was defeated with 61.0% of the total vote.

Election results

Kentucky amendment 1 (1981)
Defeatedd No381,36261.0%
Yes 213,988 39.0%

Text on the ballot

Shall Sections 71, 82, 93 and 99 of the Constitution be amended to provide (1) that the governor, lieutenant governor, treasurer, auditor of public accounts, secretary of state, commissioner of agriculture, labor and statistics, attorney general, superintendent of public instruction, and register of the land office shall be eligible to election for two (2) successive terms and shall be ineligible to re-election for the succeeding four (4) years after the expiration of the second term of which they have been elected; (2) that the sheriff shall be eligible to election for successive terms. [1]

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