Menifee Term Limits, Measure Z (November 2010)
Measure Z puts a limit of two (2) consecutive terms on members of the Menifee City Council. If a city council member has served two terms and then is not in office for at least two years, they can then run again. Measure Z is not retroactive.
John Smelser led the effort to collect the 5,941 signatures that, when submitted and verified, qualified Measure Z for the ballot.
Election results are from the Riverside County elections division as of November 24, 2010.
Text of measure
The question on the ballot:
|Measure Z: Any Councilmember who has served two successive terms or eight consecutive years shall be ineligible to serve again in that office until an intervening period of two years has elapsed. Any Councilmember who serves for two or more years of an appointed or elected term shall be considered to have served a term. Terms completed prior to this measure taking effect shall not be counted in determining eligibility.|
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